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Seahorse II

St Hilda Sea Adventures

Your home for this Scottish voyage is Seahorse II, an ex-Norwegian ferry originally built to traverse the fjords and withstand the extreme temperatures of the northern latitudes. Fully renovated and air-conditioned and heated throughout, this delightful little ship is powerful enough to cruise the islands and lochs of this region, yet small enough to anchor in remote and secluded spots. She’s the perfect vessel for a Highlands Adventure. 

Ship highlights

  • Small friendly groups. No more than 11 passengers per departure 
  • A Truly unique experience 
  • Travel aboard an ex-Norwegian Ferry  
  • Sail the beautiful lochs and Islands of Scotland 

Ship Facilities

Dining Room 
The main deck houses a dining room and salon, combining a spacious place to relax and socialise. Three meals per day are provided courtesy of the on-board chef, who dishes up fresh, home-cooked meals made from locally sourced food and speciality produce. Morning coffee and afternoon tea are also served, and there’s a fresh fruit bowl available all day. House wine and lager is complimentary with the aperitif and evening meals, and there’s an honesty bar with a small selection of malt whisky. 
Sun Deck
Seahorse II has a generous aft deck that’s ideal for spotting wildlife and watching the glorious Highlands scenery. There’s space for dining al fresco, along with a small crane for launching the ship’s kayaks and paddleboard, and space to store any equipment the guests want to bring on board. 

Cabin Types

The ship accommodates up to 11 guests in a variety of cabin types. There are two cabins that can be made up as a double or twin with full en suite containing a shower, washbasin and lavatory, two twin cabins with washbasin and lavatory only, two twin cabins with washbasin only, and a double/twin with washbasin only. All linen and towels are provided, and cabins without a full en suite offer cosy dressing gowns.

Seahorse II Cabins
Seahorse II Cabins