The Bonnie Prince Boat Trip
After his defeat at the Battle of Culloden on 16th April 1746, Prince Charles Edward Stuart came to the Outer Hebrides as a fugitive with a bounty of £30,000 on his head. There are many places associated with the Prince on Eriskay, South Uist and Benbecula, although at one point his wanderings also took him briefly through North Uist, Harris, Scalpay and Lewis.
He was in the Hebrides from 27th April 1746 till he left "Over the sea to Skye" with Flora MacDonald on 28th June 1746.
To read a fascinating account of the places he visited, follow this link - lots of information and photos provided by Visit Outer Hebrides
During the summer of 2015 the Lady Anne is available to take groups on a day trip tailored to your requirements to visit some of the places associated with the Prince, many of which are accessible by sea on the beautiful east coast of South Uist and Benbecula. We will go ashore at at least one of the sites to have a picnic, my own favourite is the Princes cave at Glen Corrodale, or the beach at Rossinish on Benbecula. Trips will leave Kallin at 10 am and return between 5 and 6 pm. Please phone or email me to discuss your requirements and I will give you a price for a group of up to twelve passengers