Age of sails: West Scotland and Ireland.
What if get back to the tall ship era. The age when white yachts were not invented yet, and no one could imagine such thing as an airplane. Also there was not such a thing as tourism. You wouldn't go traveling to the other side of the world just because you want to change the picture in your window.

Our tall ship will set the sails to cross the North Sea, and we will see something that only few could imagine when sea going vessels were like a spaceship now: fantastic, incredible, impossible.

This is a west Scotland and Ireland chapter of our big journey. Let's sail through the waters where vikings once went to conquer but were absorbed by European culture thousand years ago..
Adventure dates
21 – 30 July, 2021
We begin in Stornoway, sail south through the west coast of Scotland, visit North Ireland, and anchor in Glasgow.
10 days sailing
Through northern Scotland, West Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
5 medieval towns
Stornoway, Tobermory, Londonderry Derry, Belfast, Glasgow.
The price includes: accommodation in a double cabin on our barquentine, captains and crew work, food and soft drinks onboard, port fees and fuel.
the map
Here is how our sailing trip route looks like for some one who might look at us from the very top of the world.
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How much does it cost:
€ 2300 1st July, 2019. €3200 1st March, 2021.
- Accommodation in a two berth cabin on a tall ship;
- Captains and crew work;
- Food and soft drinks onboard;
- Port fees;
- Fuel.
In addition you'll need to pay for:
- flight to Stornoway and from Glasgow;
- onshore activities, excursions, bars;
- transfer from/to the airport (In Stornoway the airport is just 20 minutes from the port. The W5 bus goes every hour from the airport to the sea port. In Glasgow Scotrail goes from our pier to the "Paisley Gilmor Street" where you change to bus 757 which would take you to international airport of Glasgow).
We start and finish this adventure in different spots, be careful while choosing the flight.
This part of adventure will begin in Stornoway, on 21 st of July, 2021 at 17:00. Please keep in mind that logistics from the airport to the ship will take more than one hour.
Departure — GLASGOW
This part of adventure will end in Glasgow, on 31 st of July, 2021 9:00. Please keep in mind that logistics from the ship to the airport will take about 1 hour.
Our Fleet
Barquentine «Thalassa»
Length: 165 feet (50 meters)
Width: 27 feet (8 meters)
Showers: 15 (in every cabin)
Cabins: 15
Passengers: 30
Crew: 6
Why choose this ADVENTURE?
Look at our detailed plan
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Day 1
We meet in the capital of Lewis and Harris island, west Scotland. We leave to the sea after midnight, so everyone has time to walk through the old town and possibly find some local distilleries and bring nice scotch on board.
Day 3
Kilt Rock and Mealt Falls.
On our way to Harport, we will turn to the east to see the natural power of waterfall and a Kilt rock.
We enter from the sea, and drop the anchor in the lake. It is hard to imagine more beautiful place to stay. Lots of hiking and photographing opportunities, as well as famous distilleries in the village Carbost, will make our stay here a pleasant adventure.
Day 4
Just 12 hours under the sails, and we drop the anchor in the capital of Mull isle. It is place to shoot some tv shows, and of course, as you are already probably used to it: there is a famous distillery in the town. Pretty sure, some of us will find it the first 30 minutes after we arrive.
Day 6
Fingal's cave.
On our way from Tobermory to Londonderry we will stop by a natural lava formation with a great acoustic. Joules Verne used this location in his novels. Lets see what inspired him so much.
One day under the sails, and we drop our anchor in the harbor of ancient town Derry. Yes there are two names: Londonderry and Derry for the same town. There is a dispute around it, which we leave for politics and local activists to resolve.
Londonderry is the only walled city that survived completely in one piece till now days.
Day 8
Giant's Causeway.
While sailing to Belfast we will stop to see another geological formation of an unusual shape.
Capital City of Northern Ireland. Here we will both be able to see the modern global city, and old town full of history.
Here is the location of Harland and Wolff shipyard, where Titanic was built, so we have a chance to take a look at the gigantic shipbuilding process at the action.
Day 10
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