Easy to reach from London, continental Europe & Scotland.

Torridon Yacht Charter is easy to reach by air from continental Europe, the south of England, the English regions and Northern Ireland. Caledonian Sleeper train services run from central London.  We are also easy to reach by train and road from other parts of Scotland. 

By Air

Direct international fights from: 

  • Amsterdam, Dublin & Geneva.

Direct domestic flights arrive from: 

  • London (Heathrow, Gatwick & Luton), Birmingham, Bristol, Belfast & Manchester 

By Rail

Caledonian Sleeper services run from London Euston to Inverness, giving a time efficient, relaxing and romantic way to arrive in the Highlands.  From Inverness you can continue to our nearest station at Strathcarron, where we can arrange collection by car. 

By Road

The journey by road is particularly scenic.  We are 5 - 6 hours drive from central Scotland and 1.5 hours from Inverness.  There is free parking in Shieldaig village, close to Shieldaig Community Pontoon.


" Sula is an excellent and well maintained sailing yacht.  She is comfortable, easy to sail and well equipped for Scottish waters.

As a starting point to explore Scotland's northwest coast, Loch Shieldaig is simply perfect.  The scenery is even more impressive from the waterside than it is from the land and nature presents itself at its best, with seals, sea eagles and dolphins.

Torridon Yacht Charter was a great host and supported us in every aspect, before, during and after our time on the water.  All in all we had an amazing experience and can absolutely recommend Torridon Yacht Charter. We look forward to returning in the future! "

                                                                                                         Stephan, Munich, Germany, June 2017

 Glen Docherty, on the scenic drive from Inverness to Shieldaig village.

Glen Docherty, on the scenic drive from Inverness to Shieldaig village.


For a bespoke skippered RIB charter on Loch Torridon, contact Torridon RIB Charter.

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