Sea fishing can be practised in secluded bays all around the south Hebridean islands. You are likely to catch mackerel, pollock and coley which can be caught in abundance. Seabass are also caught in these waters and, under the guiding hand of our skipper, accomplished fishermen and novices alike can enjoy the thrill of sea fishing.

Whilst the west coast of Scotland and particularly Ayrshire has 5 world-class open golf courses there are a number of lesser-known golf courses, for example on the Island of Arran which is a most spectacular island. Arran hosts Shiskine golf club, Brodick and Whiting Bay golf club, together with Lochranza golf club.

There is a small golf club on Gigha and a newly designed golf course on the Island of Jura. Most notably on the Mull of Kintyre close to the Island of Arran is the Machrihanish golf course. To quote old Tom Morris in 1878 it was ‘specifically designed by the almighty for playing golf.’ Imagine yourself on the best first tee to be found, with the drive across the beach to the fairway.