'Elena C' is well equipped with a large operational range

Protected & sheltered local waters

Skippered with experience, and a reliable, proven track record!

Diver's Eye Boat Trips vessel, the 'Elena C'; an Aquastar 33, is fully licensed and insured for 12 passengers + 2 crew, operating within the Marine Coastguard Agency Code of Practice, category 2, 60-mile license.

She is fully equipped with all the legally required safety equipment, including a full compliment of life rafts, ensuring your safety and comfort are paramount. She carries full navigational electronics including GPS, radar, colour sounder etc, and can therefore operate in the evening and early morning when light is low, or if the weather unexpectedly closes in.

With twin engines she is well powered and very maneuverable, offering independence and security while operating in remote locations. With a well-equipped wheelhouse, small galley, toilet, and below deck stowage there is ample space for all climbing and camping gear you may wish to take with you and keep dry en-route!

Our skipper having worked in this location for 20 years doing dive charter and exploration, is very experienced at landing people ashore and coming alongside in a variety of locations.

With a large operational range and a wealth of local knowledge 'Elena C' provides a wide selection of boat trips delivered with extensive friendly experience.

The northwest coast's high cliffs and barrier islands, offer protection and sheltered waters even on breezy days when there are often calm seas in the inner lochs enabling boat trip opportunities to the inner loch and seal colonies almost every day, despite weather conditions.

Safety of the boat, passengers and crew are paramount above all else.

Let us welcome you aboard with us to SeaSkye.

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