St Hilda for single parents

St Hilda for single parents

Holiday company, St Hilda Sea Adventures, has experienced a significant increase in bookings from single parent families for the 2010 season. Michael and Colette Marshall, owners of the company said trips away shouldn’t be the preserve of two parent families. Michael said: ‘Although our holidays are ideal for any family group, it comes as no surprise that single parent families are particularly attracted to St Hilda’. St Hilda is a traditional 54 foot wooden sailing vessel that can accommodate 6 guests. Families are the focus of time aboard with children especially encouraged by the crew to get involved with a range of action packed activities. These can include learning to sail the vessel to trips ashore in St Hilda’s tender and can even take in catching your own lobsters and snorkelling. St Hilda provides bespoke holidays ranging from just 2 nights to 10 and sails around the stunning coast of the Cowal Peninsula on the west coast of Scotland. This area is full of beautiful sea lochs and inlets and provides some of the most stunning, unspoiled scenery Scotland has to offer. The departure from the Holy Loch is just an hour from Glasgow airport. Michael Marshall, who is also St Hilda’s skipper continued ‘the reason why St Hilda is ideal for single parent families is simple - with just 6 people aboard, the crew can concentrate on individuals and ensure everyone gets the most from their time aboard. Mum or Dad can become as involved with activities as they want. They can either opt to be at the heart of the action, or simply relax and watch their kids having the time of their life.”

Gary Marshall
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