Fancy taking a powerboat ride on the Clyde or scuba diving some of the oldest shipwrecks in Scotland? Wreckspeditions provides exhilarating powerboat tours from the beautiful town of Dunoon on the Cowal Peninsula, the doorway to Argyll. Watch out for playful porpoises and sunbathing seals!
It’s incredible to think that we are only 1 hour from Glasgow with a hop, skip and a jump across the Clyde on the ferry. Here you are surrounded by wilderness, adventure and phenomenal scenery, which sets the scene for what we can offer you.
The Clyde’s most amazing landmarks and beautiful islands are all within easy reach in our powerboat tours that depart from the Holy Loch Marina, including Bute and the Cumbraes, the famous Sugar Ship Wreck, stunning lighthouses, castles and incredible scenery! Let’s not forget the wildlife….keep your eyes peeled for porpoise, dolphins, seals, birds of prey, and on that rare occasion, even the odd whale!
Wreckspedition: A great day out with the family!
For Scuba Diving Enthusiasts
For scuba diving enthusiasts, we offer trips for up to 8 divers to various shipwrecks and scenic locations such as the MV Akka and SS Wallachia on which you may still spot its 120 year old cargo of beer and whiskey! There is also the beautiful and eerie protected wreck of the paddle streamer Iona which sank nearly 160 years ago and is covered in an abundance of life and home to many different species of nudibranch.
We offer some of the best Scottish wreck and scenic diving with a massive variety of all-year-round sites for all experiences throughout the Firth of Clyde.
Wreckspeditions offer several RIB ride options including trips to the famous Sugar Boat wreck
Operating throughout the year, there is something for everybody here in this historic stretch of water, both fast-paced and for those who just want to slow down and enjoy the scenery. We also provide expeditions throughout Scotland's south-west corner. If you fancy organising your next diving adventure with us then why not get in touch or simply book with us now!