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FAQs

Are Dogs allowed on board?

We do allow well behaved dogs on board for our wildlife and fishing Trips. However, this is always at the skipper’s discretion as passenger safety is of the upmost importance. If any dogs behave in an unsafe manner they will not be allowed on the boats, again this is at the skipper’s discretion to do so. If you have any questions feel free to contact us on 01496 300 129.

Unfortunately, we do not allow dogs, onboard the boats for the Islay Seafood Special trips as food and drinks are served (unless booked as a private charter). We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

We also do not allow dogs on our Corryveckan trips. These trips are often on the open RIB over a long period of time. This can be noisy, windy and stressful for dogs with limited space to move around. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Guide dogs and Assistance dogs are an exception and will always be welcomed aboard our boats.

Can I hire the boats for a private charter?

We offer a range of private charters- from hosting international corporate events to bespoke island- hopping experiences. We can tailor a charter to your needs, whatever the occasion.

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What will happen if my booked trip is cancelled?

You will receive a full refund or future credit if a cancellation request has been received at least 48 hours before the activity.

If the cancellation is after this 48hour cut off, no refund will be given, however you may be able to rearrange your booking to an alternative date. Re-bookings are subject to availability and at our discretion.

Read our Cancellation Policy

How accessible are the boats for people in wheelchairs

Trips aboard our hard boats, Wavedancer and Iain Og, are fully accessible for wheel-chair users and persons of limited mobility.

The gangway ramp down to our boats has no steps. Please be wary that this can be steep and slippery so always use caution. Our staff are more than happy to provide assistance if required.

The entrance to the boats can be made level with the pontoons making it easy to get on and off if stepping on or using a small wheelchair. In the case of wider wheelchairs, the dive platform at the back of Wavedancer can be used. This would be made level with the pontoon and then the height adjusted so the wheelchair user can then access the boat.