Try our Powerboat Trips!! – A great day out, something different to do with all the family
Our Powerboat trips are an ideal way to drift around, spot marine wildlife or skim across the water with the wind in your hair and spray on your face; whether you are eight or eighty you cannot fail to enjoy the excitement of being in control. That’s right, you can be given the opportunity to drive the boat under the very watchful eye of one of our experienced skippers.
Our powerboat trips can be booked from one hour, the longer your charter the more you will see and do. With the choice of our Camel Trophy RIB or smaller RIB Secret we guarantee a trip you will be talking about for days to come.
An example of the RIB SAFARI’S we deliver
- Loch Long 3 hrs
Loch Long (Gaelic for Ship Lake, Long being the word for ship) is a body of water in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The sea loch extends from the Firth of Clyde at its southwestern end. It measures approximately 20 miles (32 km) in length, with a width of between 1 and 2 miles (1.6 and 3.2 km). The loch also has an arm, Loch Goil, on its western side.
The loch was used as a testing ground for torpedoes during World War II and contains numerous wrecks. It is now a popular area for sport diving.
Several Scottish sea fishing records are attributed to the loch:
The Finnart Oil Terminal is located on the eastern shore of the loch, linked to the Grangemouth Refinery via a 58 miles (93 km) long pipeline. The eastern shore is also the location of the Royal Navy’s Coulport Armament depot, part of HMNB Clyde, and the Glen Mallan jetty, linked to Glen Douglas defence munitions depot.
Important villages on the loch include Arrochar at its head and Cove on the east shore near its foot.
2. Speed boat trip 1 hour
1 hour thrill rides in and around the area
3. Tarbert Harbour 8 hrs
Widely recognised as a true haven for natural beauty and exquisite seafood, Tarbert Harbour accommodates berthing for the commercial and leisure industry. The South side of the Harbour is home to the traditional Tarbert TT Fishing fleet, and on the North side, the Harbour Office and marina reside.
The harbour boasts the enviable position at the heart of the heritage village of Tarbert, steeped in fascinating history and charming tradition. The village offers a wealth of amenities on the doorstep of the marina – from restaurants and bars to gift shops and galleries – and an abundance of beautiful scenery and outdoor activities. The natural larder of Loch Fyne provides the area with fresh, local produce to enjoy, while the locals provide the warm, friendly welcome. Add to this a busy festival calendar, and it’s the perfect location for today’s marine tourists!
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