Cruising holidays give you the opportunity to explore some amazing hidden nooks and crannies along Scotland's extensive coastlines. It doesn't even need to be out at sea, you could also navigate the length of the Great Glen on a barge, for example, using it as your mobile base for daytime onshore adventures! Being out on a boat is a great way to spot wildlife both in the water and in the air, so be sure to bring a pair of binoculars. After a day out, tuck into some freshly caught fish before relaxing in your cosy cabin.
Depending on what you're after, your cruising holiday can be as active as you want it to be, either enjoy gentle bobbing and admire Scotland's beaches and cliffs from the comfort of your deck chair or hop ashore for a closer look. Most providers incorporate a significant amount of time on land as you travel from point to point - with the option to hike and bike at your landing points. Various vessels also feature complimenting watersport equipment so you can sea kayak or SUP near to your boat.
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