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MS Sula is a 90-foot boat that could not be called luxurious, but this creates a strong sentiment of why you are there; the whole experience has a sense of true adventure.
Louisa is here to help give you the inside track.
This is an old fishing boat and you really feel that. What it lacks in comfort and style it more than makes up for in character and the boat itself becomes a major part of the trip.
The boat has a lounge, an equipment room, a drying room, two cabins with four beds, five cabins with two beds and one cabin with three beds. There are three toilets and two showers on board.
There are six crew members and a maximum of twelve guests so the crew to guest ratio is one that will enable you to get the most out of your time on board.
Each individual cabin has its own wash basin with hot and cold running water. All meals, food and drinks are included in the price and there is a professional chef who will cook the meals whilst you are on the boat.
With it getting light at 10am and dark around 2.30pm, you spend a lot of time on the boat drinking tea and eating biscuits and it is a wonderfully charming and cosy home for your time at sea.
This is serious adventure!
Why we love it
The crew and the boat are an integral part of your stay. While you come for the orcas and humpbacks, you leave with just as many memories of MS Sula.
Neill, Original Diver