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Scotland Yacht Charter

Scotland yacht charter is at present underrated. While quite popular for many yacht charterers, particularly the experienced sailor, yacht charters in this beautiful country are sure to increase steadily in the next few years. The simple reason for this is that a yacht charter is Scotland, is a breathtaking and exhilarating experience.

The dramatic scenery, gorgeous anchorages, islands with castles, lochs and Celtic Fairy tales will keep you intrigued through your yacht charter vacation. The mystical history of Scotland is just about as exciting as the sailing in Firth of Clyde.

In the Hebrides you will find towering Highland mountain scenes and pristine villages around protected harbors. The cruising in this area can be challenging due to large tides, currents and occasional Atlantic Ocean storms. It is, however, possible to find inside passages to most of the more interesting areas.

Oban offers a popular yacht charter base. From there you can easily reach the Isle of Skye, Mull, Eigg and Rhum. Scotch whiskey lovers will have heard these names before. There are numerous good anchorages, on most of the Islands, otherwise Portee is a great harbor on the Isle of Skye.

If you'd prefer safe and stress-free cruising, head toward The Clyde Estuary where you'll find picturesque ports and typical warm, west Coast hospitality. On your yacht charter, you'll encounter abundant wildlife on Scotland's West Coast. In the Kilbrannan Sound between Arran and Kintyre, you can often spot basking sharks. If you are fortunate, you'll also see whales, Porpoises and dolphins, not to mention the massive variety of seabirds. Ailsa Craig is home to the country's largest colony of gannet.

The Caledonian Canal cuts through the heart of Scotland via a chain of locks and is a great area to charter a power boat. These locks include the famous Lock Ness, and the fabled Nessie, and rugged scenery of old castles and sweeping mountains sprinkled with purple heather.

The selection of activities in Scotland is as extensive onshore as afloat aboard your charter boat. Towns brimming with boutiques and shopping, you will not find. Scotland's charm is in its picturesque rolling landscape and centuries of history. Take a scenic walk through the hills or enjoy a round of golf, in one of the many public village courses.

The main yacht charter season in Scotland runs from April to October, when the country is not frozen solid. The most settled weather is usually in May and June. The types of yacht charter available in Scotland include motor, sailing, bareboat charter, skippered, crewed yachts, catamaran, power boat, sailboat, and even the occasional luxury yacht charter.

A yacht charter in Scotland will be a rewarding experience. Trace your Ancestors back to their roots or enjoy the fascinating charm of a land that's seen so much.

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Revised masterplan for Edinburgh Marina approved
Last month saw The City of Edinburgh Council planning committee grant planning consent to the revised masterplan for the 300-berth Edinburgh Marina. This is believed to feature up to 6 berths for yachts measuring 70ft and above.
Scotlandís Marine Tourism Strategy
The beautiful Scotland yacht rental location
The Scottish Marine Tourism Development Group , including the British Marine Federation Scotland, has developed the new marine tourism strategy to promote Scotland as a marine tourism destination of first choice.
Fife Regatta 2013: Day 7
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The last day of the Fife Regatta 2013 saw the overall victory of Latifa yacht in Class 1, Mikado yacht in Class 2 and Mignon yacht in Class 3.
Fife Regatta 2013: Day 6
Day two of the Fife Regatta,Passage race to Rothesay
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