Your Journey starts in Oban, where you can take time to saunter along the cozy town. The next day you'll set course through the Sound of Mull and the Sound of Eig towards Rhum Island. From there you will sail throughout the night towards the next destination: the Shiant-islands in the North Minch. There you'll drop anchor and go ashore using the ship dinghy. The island Sule Skerry is next on the itinerary IF we manage to go ashore, as the seas there can be quite rough.
Next stop is Kirkwall, capital of the Orkney Islands. Kirkwall earns her respect mostly to the prosperity of the 16th and 17th century, but in the historical centre you can still feel an even older, typical Norwegian atmosphere. From there you'll sail to the island Hoy, where you can see the 137-meter high rock Old Man of Hoy and the 367 meter high St. Johns Head. At high tide you sail out of the Pentland Firth, with strong currents of up to 10 knots. Finally you'll sail up the coast to Aberdeen