The perfect combination of adventure and luxury

With their high prow, deep draft and twin engines our ocean-going vessels were built for safety, reliability and horsepower. Their powerful engines take our guests to their destination fast, with stabilisers to provide a comfortable ride. Our new vessel Lucy Mary was built as a luxury motor vessel in 1994 by renowned boat builders, Lowland Yachts, and easily surpasses other vessels in her class for comfort and cruising range. Find out more about Lucy Mary on our news page "Emma Jane" and "Elizabeth G" have previous histories as sturdy naval vessels, which were then converted to luxury motor vessels with ensuite cabins.

A unique feature of our vessels is that we take our boat tenders on board while cruising which allows a much faster, safer journey.  With a high level of comfort and hospitality on board, our vessels are the perfect combination of adventure and luxury to take our guests to the most far-flung islands of the Hebrides and the remote sea lochs of the west coast of Scotland. Both vessels are served by four highly qualified crew, namely Skipper, Chef, Steward and Wildlife Expert.

Elizabeth G

Accommodation on board Elizabeth G is spacious and comfortable for 8 guests in four double or twin ensuite cabins, (or 10 guests for private cruise charter). The wheelhouse, indoor dining saloon and 2 outside observation decks on two levels offer lots of choice for relaxing and wildlife watching.  View the Elizbeth G photo gallery here

Emma Jane

Emma Jane is a luxury mini-cruise ship, carrying 8 guests in double or twin cabins and 2 guests in a master cabin suite. She is very spacious, with indoor dining and saloon areas and roomy external decks on 3 levels.  Her fittings and finishes are of the highest quality and there is even a hot tub. View the Emma Jane photo gallery here>

Lucy Mary

Lucy Mary is a luxury motor yacht, with accommodation on board of the highest quality for 6 guests in twin or double cabins and a further 2 guests in a master cabin ensuite. View the Lucy Mary photo gallery here