From Wikipedia:

In January 2010 Bloodhound was purchased by The Royal Yacht Britannia Trust and is now berthed alongside The Royal Yacht Britannia in where she can be viewed from the pontoon.

During July and August, the fully restored, 63 foot Royal Racing Yacht Bloodhound is available from Oban Marina for private day sailing around Scotland’s West Coast for up to eight guests.


That’s right, after years of restoration she is now available for charters!

Up to eight guests can enjoy sailing through the stunning scenery of Scotland’s West Coast, as well as the hospitality of the Skipper and crew, some of whom are Britannia’s former Royal Yachtsmen. Guests can choose to sit back and relax while on board, or help the Ocean Master qualified Skipper and crew ‘man the ropes’.

You will arrive to pastries and bacon rolls and enjoy a delicious buffet lunch on board, with tea and cake in the afternoon.

Some of the beautiful vistas you may see throughout your sail include: The Sound of Mull, passing Duart and Torosay Castles; Ballachulish, passing the Isle of Lismore into Loch Linnhe and past Port Appin; Jura, through the Sound of Kerrera, past Easdale, the Isle of Seil, Isle of Luing and the Isle of Scarba.

Click here for more info on chartering Royal Yacht bloodhound.