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Sailing Information

Thursday 21st August

Daytime Mousa Trip

Sailing at 13.00 No booking required

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The Mousa Boat - Leaflet

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Daytime Island Trip

The journey begins at the historic Sandsayre pier, where the old boatshed, complete with a former ‘flit’ boat, has been developed into a fascinating interpretive centre to provide an insight into the life and times of the local area. Sail over to Mousa for a fascinating and memorable trip on the island - most famously the Mousa Broch, but the island is a RSPB Nature Reserve and home to many breeding wildlife, colonies of seals and birds - there is so much to see and do on Mousa Island. 

This trip operates daily (except Saturday) from April to mid-September and booking is not required for the daily Mousa Island Trip

Please don’t leave your trip to the last day of your visit to Shetland though, as all sailings are weather dependant. You can check your sailing is operating two hours before departure by checking the Sailing Information Update on this website. All sailings depart from Sandsayre pier, Sandwick unless otherwise advised.

Timetable and Fares

Daytime Sailing timetable
Operates from April to mid-September
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Depart 13:00hrs Return 16:15hours
Wednesday Depart 10:00hrs Return 13:15hours
Sunday Depart 13:30hrs Return 16:30hours
Saturday No Day Time Sailing
Daytime Sailing fares
Adult  £16.00
Concession  £14.00
Children (5-16 years)  £7.00

Payment is made in Sandwick before departure to Mousa. Please note we are sorry but we don’t take card payments.

Other Mousa Trips

Besides the scheduled day-time crossing and Storm Petrel dusk trips, we operate short cruises during the summer months around the local waters. These trips, lasting approximately one hour give the visitor an opportunity to experience the nature and history of the area, as well as splendid views of the famous broch. A cruise may be of interest to less able visitors as well as those who simply want to enjoy a relaxing and informative excursion. For announcement of the cruises please check our Sailing Information Updates.