Boat Trips to Ailsa Craig in Girvan
Boat Trips to Ailsa Craig in Girvan

Boat Trips to Ailsa Craig in Girvan

Book a boat trip in Girvan and come along to visit the stunning Aisla Craig! Are you a lover of the outdoors and all of the magical sights they have to offer? Then why not go on an adventure with loads of wildlife to spot and beautiful scenery to enjoy, this trip has something wonderful in store for everyone!

Why should I go on a boat trip to Ailsa Craig?

JAG Charters offer great quality fishing and sightseeing trips to Aisla Craig for visitors to get the best possible experience on their visit to Aisla Craig.

Whether young or old, everyone is welcome and offered some of the best fishing trips and boat experiences on the west coast! Based in Girvan Harbour, South Ayrshire, JAG Charters sail most days depending on the weather from late spring throughout the summer months and into early autumn!

There are hundreds of bird and wildlife species to discover on Aisla Craig as well as a number of fantastic fishing spots around the island for avid fishermen and women to come along and try their luck! After enjoying a fascinating day at Aisla Craig, the boat will bring visitors back to Girvan. Girvan offers great accommodation for those wishing for an overnight stay and to experience a warm Scottish welcome!

  • Trips range from 4 to 8 hours
  • Trips start at £30 per person
  • Food and drink can be brought with you to enjoy on Aisla Craig

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