Red Moon and her crew are nearing the end of a busy and happy first full season here in Skye & Lochalsh. We have a couple more cruises to run in October and then we will be heading south for the winter…Take a look at what we have been up to this summer in our Facebook posts and Blog - all accessible through the website.
'Home' on the pontoons at Kyle Posted 12 May 2017
Red Moon is back in her summer berth at the Kyle of Lochalsh after two great cruises out of Oban and two out of Greenock. We are looking forward to welcoming our first 'Skye guests' of 2017 shortly. Here, Red Moon was 'droned' by the pontoon-master and we have some fab aerial shots - see our Blog and Facebook page for more soon...
En route to Skye... Posted 20 April 2017
Red Moon is currently in Oban getting ready for a couple of cruises to Islay and around Mull. We had a fun trip through the Crinan canal on the way up after completing our first trip of the season with a cruise through the Kyles of Bute to Arran and its lovely distillery.
New season approaching... Posted 1 February 2017
After a settled winter in Greenock we are gearing up for our second season. The bookings are coming in and we look forward to welcoming our first guests in early April. We have added an 'Availability' page to our website to help you plan your cruise with us and we have a fabulous offer for the school summer holiday period - see our 'Cruise Offers' page and book soon as this expires in April!
Red Moon Winter Posted 15 October 2016
Red Moon Cruises is now in her winter berth - this year we are staying close to Glasgow on the Clyde at James Watt Dock Marina. This means we can still be available for short river trips or even as an alternative to land based B&B - please get in touch if you are interested. Here is Red Moon on her voyage south in the Crinan canal.
Autumn cruises - special offer for September & October Scottish cruises Posted 15 August 2016
Come and see Scotland in her finest colours. Already the hills are showing muted heather and bracken colours, which delineate the magnificent hillsides around the lochs. This time of year often brings a spell of settled, favourable weather in which to enjoy the spectacular scenery from Red Moon's wheelhouse and cosy saloon. Call us to book your Autumn cruise with our special 10% discount.
Skye short cruises for Summer Posted 25 July 2016
Red Moon Cruises are delighted to be offering special short cruises from the Kyle of Lochalsh this summer. Join us for a luxury lunch or dinner cruise, or treat yourself to ' a night at anchor'. See our prices page for further details.
Red Moon reaches Skye Posted 13 June 2016
Red Moon Cruises are now operating from the Kyle of Lochalsh. Scott and Mary and MSV Red Moon are settled into their new home within sight of the Skye Bridge. We look forward to welcoming guests onboard to come and explore the fantastic scenery of Skye, the Small Isles and the Scottish West Coast and enjoy the tastes of Skye in Mary's fine food!
Red Moon safely in Loch Drumbuie within Loch Sunart across from Mull. Ready to sit out Storm Ophelia... After the storm we did some exploration of Loch Teacus - really lovely spot and definitely something to consider as a cruise ...Glyn Moffitt Good luck
Found time for some baking while waiting for the wind to die down. Honey and Banana teabread....Mmm could be a new one for next year made with lovely Scottish Heather honey I think..Judy Carter Kept you going through the wind?
Photos from Red Moon Cruises's postAfter a night of howling wind and a nasty wave chop Isleornsay calms and sees the sun again. We made a dash further south and the sun lit our way into Loch Nevis.... Red Moon Cruises added 4 new photos. Bob Keightley Forecast looking grim guys. :-(
Red Moon says farewell to Kyle & Skye for this year. We are en route for Greenock but taking our time to avoid the strong winds. We look forward to returning next Spring! We have a number of cruises already ...Carol Benson Thank goodness for Paddy's sake that you didn't say farewell last Saturday!Laura Davidson Have a safe trip south, watch out for those winds on Monday!!Bob Keightley Safe passage to you. ⛵️
Ok this is Paddy! ( and Scott!). We phoned the local vet and he has been missing two days! He will be reunited with his owners shortly😊Heather Campbell Jacqueline MacleodCarol Benson Fantastic, well done!Anisha Macdermid Awww Catherine Partington glad you found your boy!! x
Red Dog on Red Moon! We found this beautiful young red setter on the banks of Loch Na Beiste near Kyle where he had been barking at seals for quite some time. We are taking him into Kyle - if ...Heather Campbell Jacqueline MacleodAnisha Macdermid Catherine Partington xKayleigh Nicolson Catherine Partington
What a rather stunning sunset after such a windy rainy day.... hiding out in Loch Na Beiste about to have some lovely wee lamb chops with fresh mint sauce, tender stem broccoli and peas, mashed neeps, roast squash with cumin ...Maree Lane I've just put on 10kg reading this!!
Photos from Red Moon Cruises's postOur final cruise of 2017 is done and shortly we will be heading south for the winter. It's been a fantastic season for Red Moon and her crew - meeting some lovely lovely people and getting to know her cruising ...Kelly Schueler Thank you for such a wonderful voyage that we'll never forgetNicola Axton Agreed - thank you also for a once in a lifetime trip (though hopefully we do it again!haha) :) xxRed Moon Cruises Yes we do hope you will all want to sail on the lovely Red Moon again...!😍
Photos from Red Moon Cruises's postRed Moon going to anchor in Loch Duich with the iconic #EileanDonanCastle in the background. Glorious autumnal colours are starting to show around the hills... Red Moon Cruises added 3 new photos.David Waller Nice piccys. Hope you're both well.
Photos from Red Moon Cruises's postA fabulous evening for a cruise....#Skyebeer and tasty canapés for a group here on a photo shoot on Skye- lucky them with this weather..... Red Moon Cruises added 4 new photos.