- Wildlife-viewing cruise from John O’Groats
- Cruise through Pentland Firth
- Admire the dramatic scenery
- Look for puffins, seals, the occasional whale and more
- Indoor- and outdoor-viewing
What You Can Expect
At John O’Groats Harbour, climb aboard your awaiting boat and find a comfortable spot on the spacious deck or in the comfortable saloon area. Set sail on the Pentland Firth and — depending on the weather — take one of two possible routes.
Marvel at an abundance of seabirds at either the colossal cliffs near Duncansby Head, or the uninhabited island of Storma. As you explore the rugged scenery by boat, you’ll see puffins, guillemots, razorbills and arctic skuas, among other native bird species.
With luck, you’ll catch a glimpse of Atlantic Grey Seal colonies from an excellent vantage point on deck. Listen to informative commentary from your guide throughout the cruise and enrich your knowledge of Scotland’s natural history.
After 1.5 hours of sailing, bid your guide farewell and disembark at the marina.
Excellent narrative from driver. He was well informed. Overall a pleasant day with plenty of interesting stops on the coach trip. Would recommend to 0thers.
This is an excellent, value for money cruise.The crew seemed to know all about what birds were flying about and also the island. We would recommend this to all