We have been running tours in Shetland around the Cliffs of Noss since 2007. We can take you to see the seabirds and seals around the Noss Nature Reserve, where you just might get lucky and catch a glimpse of a few whales or dophins with otters being a possible sighting on all our trips.
Want to see what it's like coming on tour with us? View a glimse here of what to expect.
At 40ft overall length and a top speed of 26 knots, MV RubyMay is our high speed, highly maneuverable, twin hulled, shallow draught, multi-purpose vessel with excellent sea keeping qualities and is suitable for a wide range of services including Tourist Excursions to local wildlife hotspots, Sea Angling Fishing Trips, ROV surveys, Seabed Surveys and Commercial Diving Support.
Just a plain, old fashioned, Fishing Trip? We know some of the best spots to drop a line or two.
Ruby May’s comfortable cabin is centrally heated and is equipped with a galley for making those all important teas and coffees. The flybridge is an excellent platform for photography and in some locations takes you eye level with nesting birds. We have a sea toilet built into the superstructure accessible from the deck.
"Simon King inspired this visit to Shetlands. Came on this boat today. Hard to find words to say how brilliant it was. Guys running it are fantastic, really welcoming, knowledgeable and enthustiastic. They clearly like what they do, it shines through, thanks for a great day." Michael Denise-Benson
"An incredible tour that will not be easily forgotten. Thank you for organising the orcas to make for the broken camera :)" Melissa, Diane and Tony – South Africa
"Thanks 4 a fantastic day – one can tell you love what you do!! Thanks for the extra special touches i.e. champagne + yummy soup! Will recommend you to all – 5 starts!! Super Sunny Shetland Day :)" Annie + Koshy – Edinburgh
"Thank you for the trip of a life-time Stewart & Frank." Rosemary & David Sheldon – Gloucester
"10/10 Gents! Great day, great company, great wildlife. Highly recommended... Keep it up!" Simon Gray