Can I get internet access onboard?
Internet access is available onboard, but is reliant on mobile telephone coverage. Scotia W is fitted with Icomera’s Moovbox M220 device which allows us to offer mobile broadband. The system means that Internet access is only available wherever carrier networks provide coverage, which may be patchy along some parts of Scotland’s West Coast.
How spacious are the cabins?
Scotia W is converted from a traditional Scottish fishing trawler, therefore, accommodation is not as roomy as in a purpose-built hotel. All the cabins have been designed to maximise the space available on this size of vessel. Four are twins and two are singles, and all are fitted with standard size single beds. Each cabin has ample storage space and an en-suite shower room.
Your holiday is a time to relax, unwind and let the stresses of everyday life float away. What better way to do this than from the deck of you own private cruise vessel on a holiday in Scotland.
Whether it is discovering the West Coast’s islands, golf course hopping, wildlife watching, exploring Scottish history and culture, or simply relaxing and soaking up the views, Scotia W is your perfect cruising companion.
Our mini-cruise ship provides comfortable, welcoming surroundings from which to enjoy the tranquillity of the windswept beauty of Scotland’s coastal shores, or the majesty of its hills and glens.
Each morning you will wake up to a different breathtaking view, before setting sail to a new destination to experience more of Scotland’s rich heritage, scenery and wildlife, or to take on another challenging golf course.
In the evenings you can indulge in a taste of Scotland, prepared onboard by your own personal cook, while savouring glorious sunset finales. Then repeat the whole experience again the next day, but against another inspiring panorama.
A Scottish cruise holiday truly is a voyage of discovery that’s not to be missed.