The St Hilda offers a Scottish staycation to remember on the picturesque west coast of Scotland.

Board a small ship moored off Scotland's breathtaking west coast for a quirky staycation to remember

If you are looking for a unique Scottish getaway now that coronavirus restrictions for much of Scotland have been eased, this ship docked off the beautiful Argyll and Bute coastline could be just the ticket.

Wednesday, 19th May 2021, 11:57 am

With the exception of those living in the Level 3 areas of Glasgow and Moray, Scots are now able to go on a break with up to six people from three different households.

So, for a memorable jaunt with family and friends the St Hilda, a traditionally Scottish ex-Tall Ship which sleeps up to six guests, ticks all the staycation boxes.

The self catering accommodation is moored just three miles away from Oban at Dunstaffnage Marina and is fully-equipped for you to experience onboard life without any potential for seasickness.

There are impressive kitchen facilities on the ship, but if you fancy going out for a bite the marina features a restaurant and bar that overlooks the majestic 13th century Dunstaffnage Castle.

There’s also a deck for enjoying drinks as the sun goes down over the sea.

Two other ships are also available for hire – the 82 feet-long cruise ship Seahorse II that sleeps up to eleven guests, and former lifeboat Gemini Explorer with space for up to eight guests.The surrounding area offers a large range of fun activities and adventures, including visiting the local islands, pristine beaches, ancient castles, trout-filled lochs, picturesque golf courses and famous distilleries.

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