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Tall Ship Eye of the Wind: Navigate Scotland’s Beauty

Introduction to Eye of the Wind

  • Historical Significance
  • Design and Features

The ‘Eye of the Wind’, a majestic tall ship with a storied past, invites you to embark on a journey through Scotland’s enchanting isles. From her early days as a cargo vessel to her transformation into a cinematic icon, this ship embodies the spirit of adventure. With classic lines and traditional rigging, she is a testament to maritime heritage.

The Sailing Experience

  • Onboard Life
  • Destinations and Routes

Sailing on ‘Eye of the Wind’ is a unique blend of past and present. Onboard, experience the camaraderie of crew and fellow adventurers, sharing tales and learning the ropes. Her voyages span the breathtaking Scottish Isles, each of the six routes gives unfolding new vistas and hidden coves, waiting to be discovered.

Exploring the Scottish Isles

  • Unique Island Attractions
  • Wildlife Encounters

Scotland’s isles, each with its distinct character, offer an escape into a world of rugged beauty and tranquil landscapes. From the mystical Skye to the wildlife-rich Mull, every island presents a new chapter of exploration. Encounter diverse wildlife, from majestic eagles to playful seals, in their natural habitat. Books on Wildlife in Scotland

Perfect for Couples:

With only six twin cabins, the ‘Eye of the Wind’ offers an intimate and exclusive experience. Ideal for the sailor at heart and the life observer, it’s a unique holiday that blends adventure with serenity.

The Allure of Traditional Sailing

  • Navigational Techniques
  • The Charm of Old-World Sailing

Embrace the art of traditional sailing aboard the ‘Eye of the Wind’, where you’re invited to not just observe but actively participate in the age-old practices of sailing. This experience goes beyond simple navigation; it’s about engaging directly with the elements, feeling the wind’s direction, and understanding the sea’s rhythm through hands-on involvement.

As you set sail, you have the unique opportunity to be a part of the crew, joining in all sailing activities. Whether it’s hoisting the sails, steering the ship, or learning to tie nautical knots, each task immerses you in the authentic experience of traditional sailing. It’s an interactive journey that connects you with the maritime heritage in a tangible, memorable way.

But the beauty of sailing on the ‘Eye of the Wind’ is that involvement is entirely at your discretion. If you prefer to sit back, relax, and soak in the majestic views, you’re absolutely welcome to do so. The ship is designed to cater to both the adventurous spirit eager to learn and the tranquil soul seeking a peaceful retreat.

Eye of the Wind’s Film Fame

  • Appearances in Cinema
  • Her Role in Maritime Culture

The ‘Eye of the Wind’ is not just a sailing vessel; she’s a movie star. With roles in films like ‘White Squall’, she has captured the imagination of audiences worldwide. Her cinematic legacy continues to inspire a new generation of sailors and adventurers.

Guest Experiences and Testimonials

Hear from those who’ve journeyed on ‘Eye of the Wind‘, sharing unforgettable moments and life-changing experiences. It’s more than a trip; it’s a transformation, a connection to the sea and sky that stays with you long after you’ve disembarked.

Preparing for Your Voyage

Embarking on a sailing adventure requires preparation and an open mind. We’ll guide you through the essentials and what to expect, ensuring that your voyage is as rewarding as it is exhilarating.

Environmental Considerations and Our Ethos

Sailing with ‘Eye of the Wind’ is not just about adventure; it’s about doing it responsibly. Learn about our commitment to sustainability and how we strive to positively impact the communities and environments we visit.

Safety Measures and Protocols

Your safety is our top priority. We adhere to the strictest safety protocols, ensuring a secure and enjoyable journey for all aboard.


Join us on the ‘Eye of the Wind’ for an unforgettable journey through Scotland’s Isles, where adventure, history, and natural beauty converge. It’s more than a holiday; it’s an experience that will ignite your spirit of adventure and leave you with memories to treasure for a lifetime.


  • What experience do I need to sail on ‘Eye of the Wind’? None.
  • Can I help with sailing the ship? Yes please.
  • What wildlife might I see in the Scottish Isles? Wildlife in Scotland
  • Are there any age restrictions for sailing on ‘Eye of the Wind’? Over 18 only.
  • How do I book my voyage on the ‘Eye of the Wind’? Choose your voyage here and book straight away.
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