Photography and guided Boat trip
Loch Etive (2hrs).
Photograph stunning Loch Etive by boat. Capture the sheer beauty of the Scottish Highlands from a unique perspective. OR, simply sit back and enjoy our trip.
- 2 hour trip
- Exclusive tour. Limited to 3 people.
- £95 per person. Discounts for groups.
- Sails fromTaynuilt every Wednesday at 10am and again at 6pm.
- Fully guided.
- Photography instruction from our onboard nature photographer if desired.
- No photography experience required
- From mobile phones to DSLR's capture stunning landscapes or videos through your own camera. Or, simply sit back and enjoy our trip.
- Fully qualified skipper
- Lifejackets supplied and must be worn throughout.
- Booking in advance is essential.
With 14 munro's often visible including the Shepherd's of Etive Loch Etive boasts some of the most amazing mountainous scenery in Argyll. In addition to the landscape, you may well see Seals, the occasional otter and soaring white tailed eagles. Sailing from Taynuilt, join us aboard the Layz Daze for an unforgettable experience and take away some breathtaking images.
For further details on availability and to make a booking call Gillian direct on 07720889811. We look forwards to seeing you soon.
- What do I require to bring with me?
As the weather on loch etive can change quickly please ensure you have plenty of warm clothing and also waterproofs. For more information please click what will I need?
- What Camera equipment will I need?
This is primarily a landscape photography tour so your normal lens for this is perfect as are wide angle lenses, bridge cameras, i-phones or perhaps even a drone. You will likely see, seals at relatively close range. Any white tailed or golden eagles will be a fair distance away so if this is your specific interest then you would require anything from a 200mm (for seals) lens capability upwards.
- Can I come on this Tour just to get the opportunity to sail up the loch?
Yes. We recognise the enjoyment factor of a peaceful, relaxing sail. This boat trip is fully guided and open to those who do not wish to take photographs.