Glenapp Castle, the luxury five-star hotel in Scotland, is to encourage guests to take to the seas this summer with the launch of a new castle boat tour.
The Hebridean Sea Safari is a four-night trip, with two nights spent exploring the neighbouring islands on a bespoke boat and two nights in house at the Scottish castle in Ayrshire.
A private chef will be on board to cook up dishes along the way, with the team led by skipper Roddy Leitch.
Ailsa Craig, a wildlife sanctuary home to over 40,000 birds such as puffins, gannets and razorbills, is one of the highlights of the trip.
During two nights at sea, guests will stay in 5m bell tents glamping tents, inspired by the classic African safari.
Glenapp Castle is owned by Paul and Poppy Szkiler, who acquired the property in 2015 and have since invested heavily in its development.