St Kilda (Scotland)

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UK - British Isles

Local Time
14:08 23 Apr 2018

57.83999 N, -8.56165 W

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St Kilda islands are part of an isolated archipelago located 64 km (40 ml) northwest of the North Uist Island (Scotland, North Atlantic Ocean). These are the Outer Hebrides' westernmost isles. The largest of them is Hirta Island, having the UK's highest cliffs (430 m / 1410 ft). The isles Boreray, Dun and Soay are also often visited by tourists.

  • Hirta Island has an area of 670 ha (2,6 ml2), no population (uninhabited) and highest point 430 m (1410 ft).
  • Boreray Island has an area of 86 ha (0,3 ml2), no population (uninhabited) and highest point  384 m (1260 ft).
  • Soay Island has an area of 99 ha (0,4 ml2), no population (uninhabited) and highest point 378 m (1240 ft).

Highlights: Remote outpost, Gannet colonies

Port St Kilda cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from St Kilda, Scotland. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

Day Ship Arrival Departure Next Port of Call
25 May, 2018
Silversea Cruises cruise lineSilver Cloud08:0016:00 Kirkwall, Orkney Island, Scotland
28 May, 2018
Small Cruise Lines Cruises cruise lineMS Serenissima Stornoway, Isle of Lewis and Harris, Scotland
29 May, 2018
Small Cruise Lines Cruises cruise lineRCGS Resolute Ullapool, Scotland

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