Islands and Boat Trips

Seil on Undiscovered Scotland
Seil is an interesting island, and one of remarkable contrasts; plus a history that adds greatly to its fascination. It makes an excellent day out from Oban.
Eilean Easdale
The Easdale Island Trust’s website is designed to keep residents, visitors and friends in touch with current and future goings on in this extraordinary comunity.
Luing – The Undiscovered Scotland Guide
A good introduction to Luing, which is reached by a frequent car ferry service across the two hundred yards of the Cuan Sound from the southern tip of Seil.
Seafari Adventures
Visit the Corryvreckan, the world’s 3rd largest whirlpool, or see spectacular scenery and wildlife. SeaFari’s big RIBS offer a new and exciting way to see this spectacular coastline. Trips all year round. (Limited Winter sailings).
Sealife Adventures
Enjoy whale and wildlife trips aboard the purpose built 850 horsepower “Porpoise II” – Britain’s most powerful wildlife charter boat. This huge boat offers unparalleled stability, safety and comfort, including an onboard toilet.
Seil Coastal Rowing
The Isle of Seil Rowing Club operate a St. Ayles Skiff  (a 5 man boat) that was built by the local community. There are regular rowing sessions, novices or experienced rowers are equally welcome, young or old. Membership of the club is just £10 a year. Visit the website or their Facebook page for more details.
Oban Boat Trips page
For many more boat trips available from Oban and the surrounding area please check out the boat trips guide on our sister site, Oban and Lorn Online.