1 Hour Boat Trip - Seaprobe Atlantis

1 Hour Boat Trip - Seaprobe Atlantis

Seaprobe Atlantis - Glass Bottom Boat Tours

Available to 31 October 2024

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Join Seaprobe Atlantis for the best wildlife experience in the UK!

Voted ‘Best Wildlife Experience in the UK' by the Daily Telegraph, Seaprobe Atlantis offers all ages and agilities the unique opportunity to explore the world beneath the waves without getting wet - whilst enjoying all the scenery and wildlife above the waves too.

Operating within the Marine Special Area of Conservation at Loch Alsh, Seaprobe Atlantis offers not just all-round underwater vision but the complete all-round marine experience with their glass bottom boats!

See Seals, Seabirds, Spectacular Scenery, Fish, Jellyfish, Starfish, Crabs, Urchins, Anemones, Otters, Porpoise and occasionally Dolphins & Whales.

Enjoy some of the best wildlife boat trips in Scotland

The 1 hour Seaprobe Atlantis trip:

  • Embark on an enchanting journey where you'll marvel at the playful Seals gracing Seal Island and witness the graceful dance of a protected Bird colony.
  • As you set sail beneath the majestic Skye Bridge, our eyes eagerly search for the elusive Otters and other captivating wildlife.
  • Delve into the realm of Viking legends and uncover the mystique of a weathered castle ruin, all while relishing the opportunity to immerse yourself in the mesmerizing underwater kelp forest.
  • Here, amidst a vibrant tapestry of marine life, encounter a bustling community of Crabs, a myriad of Fish species, elegant Sea Urchins, celestial Starfish, and graceful Jellyfish, weaving a symphony of wonder amidst the breathta

The Glass Bottom Boat

Seaprobe Atlantis started their boat trips in 1998, then developed the idea with their newer boat in 2004, the incredible glass bottom boat!

This was a very challenging job for both naval architects and the boat builders, being the first ever class IV semi-submersible passenger boat in the UK. It gave everyone a considerable challenge to bring it all together!

Considerable thought went into the safety aspects of the boat, the designs were approved, and now the boat has functioned for many years allowing for incredible marine wildlife interaction!

Pontoon,
The Car Park,
Station Rd,
Kyle of Lochalsh,
Scotland IV40 8AE
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How to Find Us

Directions to the ticket office

Kyle of Lochalsh, Ross-Shire. SAT NAV POST CODE: IV40 8AE

Coming from - Ft William or Inverness (2hr drive) to Kyle

We are located 8 miles after Eilean Donan Castle, as you head towards the Isle of Skye. Our ticket office, gift shop & cafe is at the first set of traffic lights. Parking is in the nearby car park. Tickets can be booked online, from our ticket office or on the boat.

Coming from - The Isle of Skye via the Skye Bridge

Cross the Skye bridge and our ticket office, gift shop & cafe is at the second set of traffic lights.

Coming from - Mallaig / Armadale ferry

From Armadale follow the road to Broadford until you get to a T junction (14 miles). Turn right and follow the road to Kyle of Lochalsh. Once you have crossed the Skye bridge turn right at the 2nd set of traffic lights to access the Car Park.

Yes, children love the trips and are always most welcome onboard. There is nothing the Seaprobe staff like more than to hear the enthusiastic and excited voices of children in the underwater viewing gallery. Seaprobe Atlantis has high guard rails all around keeping your children safe and of course we carry all the statutory safety equipment but you are still encouraged to keep an eye on your children at all times.

We are able to get wheelchairs down the pontoon ramp and alongside the boat. If you are able to take a few assisted steps to board the boat, the wheelchair can then be carried on board. There is no wheelchair access to the underwater viewing gallery.

Dogs are welcome on board but not downstairs in the underwater viewing gallery so you just need to take turns looking after your dog at points of underwater viewing interest.

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