Little Cumbrae, fondly known as Wee Cumbrae, is situated in the Firth of Clyde off the Ayrshire coast, immediately to the south of Great Cumbrae with the Isles of Bute to the west and Arran to the south west. 

Another highlight of this fantastic day out is the famous ‘Kylie’ the dolphin. Kylie is a very inquisitive and friendly dolphin who likes to say hello to passers-by. Though roaming wild and free we can’t guarantee she will always make an appearance, our experienced Skipper Ronnie knows the best places to try and find her.

Despite only being approximately 1.8miles in length and 0.9 miles at its widest point, this little island is full of glorious hidden gems and offers stunning views across the water, especially from Lighthouse Hill, the highest point at around 405 feet.

The island is very unique in comparison to the likes of Millport – remaining beautifully rugged, uninhabited and untouched. It is characterised by steep coastal cliffs, inland hills which rise steeply in places, interspersed with streams and several inland lochs – making this location a fun and challenging adventure for those who are fit to enjoy the tougher terrain.