Inchkeith (Firth of Forth)  – Saturday 2nd  March, 2024 (Half day)


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Trip summary

Half day trip to Inchkeith, an historic fortified island in Firth of Forth.


Saturday 2nd March, 2024 Possible morning and afternoon sailing.


Norman Wares

Trip itinerary

Inchkeith is a SIB with a high point of 59m.

Approximately 40 minutes sailing to the island, with adequate time allowed onshore to explore historical elements – the island has a rich history.

Returning via Inchmickery (Squib), landing if tidal conditions permit, and sailing close to Oxcars Lighthouse.

Departure or meeting place

Granton(Edinburgh) Precise time and place to be confirmed (NT238775)

Challenges and competences needed

To land on the islands you will need to be able to exit and return to a moving boat. Some agility is needed as landing will be on a rocky shore or slippery ladder/jetty.

Businesses arranged through

Sea Hunter Marine


Approximate cost £40 per person payable in cash on the day. No deposit required.

If demand is high there is the possibility of morning and afternoon sailings.

Reserve or enquire about trip

Please email Norman Wares –

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