Seadogs boat trips operate from the pontoons at Dunstaffnage, near Oban. This is where you can venture out to the Isle of Mull and up to Fort William.
The famous Duart Castle is just across on Mull, featured in loads of movies, and it is open to the public. If you want to see the castle from a unique perspective, then come with us. The castle from the sea is a view that few people get.
Trips to other islands and harbours such as Coll, or Tobermory, or maybe a trip to Lochaline or Lismore with its beautiful lighthouse.
It would be unusual to take a trip and not see some of the local wildlife that include seals, dolphins and eagles.
There are the famous rapids at Connel as Loch Etive fills and empties.
It may be that you'd just like a trip round Oban harbour or Lismore. Brightwater is fast and comfortable with sides that can be zipped in if the weather turn unpleasant.
Fishing rods are onboard if you fancy seeing if there's anything about, fish are returning as more areas are protected from commercial fishing. You can take your catch home or just release it back.
The views of the mountains and shoreline from the boat is spectacular. As we cruise down the sound of Mull or up to Ballachulish. More and more amazing views appear as we round the next corner, bring a camera and take some memories home.
Picnic meals are available if ordered ahead. We can go to a remote cove, drop anchor and admire the view whilst enjoying your picnic.
If you’re coming from Oban, jump on a bus, its only 10 minutes, or drive out and you find ample parking. There is a bar and resteraunt at the marina,