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The "Paps" of Jura.

Look below for more information on our lovely yachts.
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Bottle-nose dolphins on the way to Canna

Fidelio    Ovni 43 

New for 2022 "Rona"   Moody S31.

She is based in Largs.


   "Deja Vue"

    Bavaria 46 Cruiser

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Great Sailing!  Superb Scenery!
Explore the lovely Firth of Clyde and
The West Coast of Scotland.

We have Eleven yachts for you to choose.

Our smallest is "Rona" our Moody S31,
and our biggest is
"Deja Vue" our Bavaria 46 Cruiser.

You have a choice to sail from Largs on the Clyde Coast, or from Oban, and from Crinan for Kadore to sail and explore the Highlands & the Islands.

Frolika, Fidelio, Glenmaginn & Morpheus are based in Oban.
Midnight Mirage, Deja Vue & Moonsong join our Oban Fleet in the Summer.
Kadore sails from Crinan.

Rona, Lady Naomi & Boarding Pass stay in Largs all summer.


Sunset West of Skye. Duntulm Bay Anchorage

Duntulm Bay.      One of the most delightful anchorages on the North West of Skye.   

Scotland offers some of the finest sailing waters in the world.

Midnight Mirage, Deja Vue, Boarding Pass, Moonsong, Lady Naomi  & Rona are based at Largs Yacht Haven on the beautiful Firth of Clyde.
Fidelio, Glenmaginn, Morpheus & Frolika are based at Oban and can be boarded at the “North Pier Pontoons” in Oban on the West Coast.

Kadore is based at Crinan and can be boarded in the beautiful Crinan basin.

We offer you great access to sailing on Scotland's wonderful West Coast. We offer yachts for charter from Largs, and Oban & Crinan during the Summer.
These sailing areas, the wildlife and the scenery are all breathtaking !

Prestwick Airport is 28 mls  to the South of Largs and will take about 40 minutes by taxi.
Glasgow International Airport is 23 mls to the East of Largs and is a 35 minute taxi ride.
There are also good rail links from both airports.

The Firth of Clyde with its own islands and sea lochs, has many pretty harbours and quiet sheltered anchorages, with visitors’ moorings, hotels and restaurants ashore, secluded beaches, and opportunities for walking and climbing.
For the more adventurous there is easy access to the Western Isles and the Irish Coast, whether through the wonderful Crinan Canal or around the  Mull of Kintyre.
Whichever you choose - you'll enjoy a fantastic sailing holiday in some of the West Coast of Scotland's finest yachting waters. Our Owners take pride in the presentation and preparation of our their yachts and want you to have a great time and come back again.

All of the Yachts we offer are owned by experienced sailors. Our Team take a pride in preparing their Yachts to a high standard. Our Owners also use their yachts when they can. We want you to enjoy your sailing in the same way that they do. You will find that their yachts are well upgraded with equipment and fittings not frequently found on charter boats. Please have a look at each of the yachts to see if it is the yacht you would like to charter next summer.

   Come & Sail Scotland with SeaSpray

  This is thje "Pladda Light"   It marks the most southern tip of the isle of Arran. The next conspicous landmark is "Ailsa Craig"




Scotland & Covid

We are at level 0 Plus and there are no restrictions on the number of crew on board or the number of households.

​​​​We will maintain our covid cleaning policy as advised by the Scottish Government and Sail Scotland.

We will endeavour to do our best for you all. 


Please wear masks when you can, maintain spacing where you can, and respect everyone's wishes where ever you go.



  The North tip of Cumbrae from Largs Yacht Haven at dusk.


  Frolika on her way to the UK.    Coming through the Dutch Canals.

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    Yacht Charter on Scotland's  magnificent West Coast