Mit Rad und Schiff in Schottland

By Bike and Boat in Scotland

Highlands and Inner Hebrides on the Flying Dutchman

  Oban – Jura Island – Salen  Oban

  • McCaig's Tower, the Strait of Corryvreckan, Calgary Bay, moorscape and green hills
  • Daily routes ●●○○○
  • Altitude profile ●●●○○
  • Bike & Boat: Flying Dutchman


km / day avg.

Oban, on the north-west coast of Scotland, is the gate to the Hebrides and to the Highlands. Thanks to its location, Oban is a perfect starting point for your holiday by bike & boat in Scotland. The countryside is incredibly varied: intense colour, wild, rugged nature and a diversity of species. Enjoy time spent in the rugged hills of the Highlands and in the moorland countryside. Cycle along the rocky coast, passing by white beaches, On your cycle tours of the Jura and Mull islands, you pedal along quiet roads and get to see deer and the shaggy Highland cattle. On the crossings on the Flying Dutchman, keep a look out for dolphins and seals. And also don't forget to try some of Scotland's well-known whisky. The unique taste together with some Scottish folk music in a local pub will leave an indelible impression.

Season times and prices 2021

Arrival On Sunday from 20.06.2021 to 05.09.2021Early booking discount: -30 €

Bookable dates are shown in the booking form. The season is dictated by the arrival date.

Basic Price

Season A

20.06. - 05.09.

Additional fee single use of double cabin 300

All prices per person in a double cabin, without Additional Services


  • 7 nights on board
  • 7 x half board (7 x breakfast, 2 x lunch and 5 x dinner)
  • Bed linen and towels are supplied
  • Daily Routing discussion, guided cycling tours
  • Pre-travel documents, maps available on board (1 x per cabin)
  • 7 day Service Hotline

Not included: 

  • Drinks on board; flat rate for beverages: 55 GBP, approx. 60 EUR
  • Entry fees
  • Tips
  • Meals ashore

The minimum number of 14 participants must be reached 4 weeks prior to departure.

Changes are possible on a ship journey due to the weather, water level or technical conditions. We reserve the right to make changes.


Flying Dutchman

Flying Dutchman, Ship view

Flying Dutchman


Flying Dutchman, Saloon

Flying Dutchman


Flying Dutchman, cabin

Flying Dutchman

Relaxing in the fore net

Flying Dutchman, Relaxing in the fore net

Flying Dutchman


Flying Dutchman, crew

Flying Dutchman

  • 10 double cabins
  • Facilities: bunk beds, shower / WC
  • Saloon in the deck house

Boat facts

  • Built in 1903
  • Renovations in 2004
  • 1 passenger deck
  • Maximum capacity: 22 passengers
  • Length: 39 m
  • Width: 6.5 m
  • Facilities: Saloon