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The Summer Queen operates out of Ullapool Harbour during the summer. We sail through Lochbroom, Annat Bay and the Summer Islands, taking in the Scoraig and Coigach peninsulas and some of the most beautiful scenery and wildlife in the world!We offer...more
All reviews hour cruise post office summer isles saw seals sea birds great trip pod of dolphins afternoon trip excellent commentary beautiful summer great boat great afternoon excellent cruise tea and coffee main island booking office biscuits
We went on the boat to kill some time and hoped to see something, but were not prepared for the number of Dolphins we came across! The skipper aborted the cave/island visit to stay with the Dolphins, must have been 30/40 of them playing for...More
Annette at the booking office was delightful, and the trip was nice. We saw seals, eagles, gannets and dolphins feeding, and the beautiful Summer Isles. The Captain did a great job.
However, there was one big drawback for us. If you are one of the...More
We had the most fantastic trip. Great boat, comfortable and easy to move around. Informative narration but not over the top. Saw seals, various sea-birds including oyster catchers and cormorants. And amazing dolphins that were just incredible. All in all a wonderful trip / highly...More
We went on this cruise to the Summer Isles at the start of our holiday. The weather had changed and whilst the country had enjoyed warm weather the weeks before, it was quite windy & cold on the day of our trip. (Storm Hector was...More
Great morning cruise with friendly and knowledgeable staff on a comfortable boat. We were really lucky and saw several seals and incredibly a pair of sea eagles. There were a couple of pods of dolphins who were very keen to swim with our boat.
This is billed as a 2 1/4 hour trip - but the wildlife that we saw was all within the first 15-20 minutes (a handful of seals and an eagle). The rest of the trip was spent motoring between the Islands with all but nothing...More
Thank Luke S
klondyker, Public Relations Manager at Shearwater Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded 17 May 2018
The white tailed sea eagles are actually a rare bird that many people travel from all over the world to see. The seals are still moving about for breeding season and whales and dolphin arriving at the start of the season. Sadly it is wildlife...More