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St. Kilda
in Great Britain

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St. Kilda

St. Kilda is an archipelago located off the west coast of Scotland in the North Atlantic Ocean. It is the most remote part of the British Isles and is made up of four main islands: Hirta, Soay, Boreray and Dun. The archipelago is about 40 miles (65 km) west of the Outer Hebrides and is a World Heritage Site.

The islands have been inhabited since prehistoric times and were home to a unique culture. The St Kildans were a self-sufficient community that lived off fishing and the harvesting of seabirds. The remoteness of the islands meant that the St Kildans had little contact with the outside world.

The islands were abandoned in 1930 when the last 36 inhabitants left due to a combination of declining population, crop failure and a lack of medical care. The islands are now home to a variety of wildlife, including the world's largest colony of Northern gannets.

St Kilda is a popular tourist destination with cruise ships visiting during the summer months. Visitors can explore the islands' unique history and landscape, including the abandoned village of Village Bay and the Iron Age fort of Dun.

In 1986, the islands were designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for their unique cultural and natural heritage. The islands are also home to a variety of rare and endangered species, including the St Kilda field mouse and the St Kilda wren.

Today, St Kilda is a popular destination for birdwatchers, photographers, and hikers. The islands are also used as a base for scientific research into the local wildlife and ecology.

Excursion tips for a day in St. Kilda

As a tourist in St. Kilda in Great Britain, there is plenty to do in a single day. Here is a list of activities to explore:

1. Visit the St. Kilda Sea Bird and Animal City, where you can get up close to a variety of sea birds, seals, and other animals.

2. Take a boat tour around the islands to observe the wildlife and breathtaking scenery.

3. Climb the St. Kilda archipelago's highest peak, the Conachair, to experience the spectacular views of the islands.

4. Stop by the St. Kilda Museum to learn about the island's history and culture.

5. Enjoy a traditional meal of local seafood at one of the island's many restaurants.

6. Relax on the beach and soak up the sun.

7. Go on a guided walking tour of the islands and explore the unique landscape.

8. Visit the ruins of the ancient village of Village Bay and learn about the history of St. Kilda.

9. Take a trip to the nearby island of Hirta and explore the abandoned village.

10. Spend the day exploring the many shops, galleries, and pubs in St. Kilda's main town.

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The climate in St. Kilda

St. Kilda in Great Britain experiences a temperate maritime climate, with mild winters and cool summers. In the winter months, temperatures usually range from 3-7°C, with occasional snowfall. Spring brings mild temperatures and increased rainfall, with temperatures ranging from 5-14°C. Summer temperatures are usually around 14-20°C, with some days reaching higher temperatures. Autumn is usually mild, with temperatures ranging from 10-15°C, and rainfall increasing as the season progresses. Overall, St. Kilda's climate is mild and wet, with temperatures rarely reaching extreme highs or lows.

Cruise weather for St. Kilda

Our weather forecast for St. Kilda helps plan your stay according to the weather. For sunny days, pack light and breathable clothes, swimwear, and sunscreen. For winter weather, it's recommended to bring warm clothes, gloves, a hat, sturdy footwear, and a raincoat.

Date Icon Temperature Wind speed/gusts Cloudiness/Visibility Air humidity/pressure Sunrise/Sunset
Jul. 21st 2024 Jul. 21st 2024 max: 13.3 °C
min: 12.3 °C
13.3 m/s
20.9 m/s
83.1 %
24.0 m
81.1 %
1,005 hPa
05:07:33
22:12:42
Jul. 22nd 2024 Jul. 22nd 2024 max: 13.2 °C
min: 12.8 °C
19.8 m/s
25.9 m/s
49.1 %
24.1 m
81.1 %
1,010 hPa
05:09:26
22:10:53
Jul. 23rd 2024 Jul. 23rd 2024 max: 13.7 °C
min: 12.8 °C
18.0 m/s
25.2 m/s
71.9 %
24.1 m
79.5 %
1,019 hPa
05:11:20
22:09:01
Jul. 24th 2024 Jul. 24th 2024 max: 13.9 °C
min: 13.2 °C
43.3 m/s
60.7 m/s
87.0 %
24.0 m
86.7 %
1,018 hPa
05:13:15
22:07:06
Jul. 25th 2024 Jul. 25th 2024 max: 13.9 °C
min: 13.3 °C
47.2 m/s
64.8 m/s
62.1 %
18.1 m
92.7 %
1,009 hPa
05:15:12
22:05:09
Jul. 26th 2024 Jul. 26th 2024 max: 13.3 °C
min: 12.9 °C
34.2 m/s
40.7 m/s
79.9 %
21.6 m
85.2 %
1,007 hPa
05:17:10
22:03:10
Jul. 27th 2024 Jul. 27th 2024 max: 13.7 °C
min: 13.1 °C
38.9 m/s
52.3 m/s
67.5 %
22.8 m
87.7 %
1,011 hPa
05:19:09
22:01:09
Jul. 28th 2024 Jul. 28th 2024 max: 13.9 °C
min: 12.7 °C
43.2 m/s
60.8 m/s
60.0 %
18.1 m
85.9 %
1,011 hPa
05:21:09
21:59:05
Jul. 29th 2024 Jul. 29th 2024 max: 14.0 °C
min: 13 °C
36.4 m/s
47.2 m/s
84.6 %
24.1 m
90.2 %
1,018 hPa
05:23:10
21:56:59
Jul. 30th 2024 Jul. 30th 2024 max: 14.5 °C
min: 13.6 °C
24.6 m/s
33.1 m/s
49.2 %
24.1 m
91.6 %
1,025 hPa
05:25:12
21:54:51
Jul. 31st 2024 Jul. 31st 2024 max: 14.9 °C
min: 14.3 °C
20.2 m/s
26.3 m/s
19.4 %
24.1 m
86.4 %
1,024 hPa
05:27:15
21:52:41
Aug. 1st 2024 Aug. 1st 2024 max: 14.9 °C
min: 13.4 °C
27.0 m/s
29.2 m/s
86.1 %
24.1 m
92.8 %
1,020 hPa
05:29:19
21:50:29
Aug. 2nd 2024 Aug. 2nd 2024 max: 13.4 °C
min: 12.6 °C
26.6 m/s
28.2 m/s
80.2 %
24.1 m
82.7 %
1,020 hPa
05:31:24
21:48:15
Aug. 3rd 2024 Aug. 3rd 2024 max: 13.6 °C
min: 12.5 °C
36.4 m/s
43.6 m/s
90.0 %
23.5 m
86.8 %
1,014 hPa
05:33:29
21:46:00

Cruises to St. Kilda

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Scheduled ship calls in St. Kilda, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Date Ship Arrival Departure Details
Jul. 21st 2024 Sunday, 21st of Jul. 2024 Seabourn Quest 08:00 am 05:00 pm
Apr. 30th 2025 Wednesday, 30th of Apr. 2025 Silver Endeavour 06:30 am 02:00 pm
May 6th 2025 Tuesday, 6th of May 2025 Silver Endeavour 08:30 am 02:00 pm
May 13th 2025 Tuesday, 13th of May 2025 Seabourn Venture 07:00 am 12:00 pm
May 19th 2025 Monday, 19th of May 2025 LE BELLOT 12:00 am 12:00 am
May 22nd 2025 Thursday, 22nd of May 2025 Silver Endeavour 06:30 am 02:00 pm
May 22nd 2025 Thursday, 22nd of May 2025 Silver Wind Expedition 06:30 am 02:00 pm
May 26th 2025 Monday, 26th of May 2025 Silver Wind Expedition 07:00 am 01:00 pm
May 28th 2025 Wednesday, 28th of May 2025 LE BELLOT 12:00 am 12:00 am
Jun. 11th 2025 Wednesday, 11th of Jun. 2025 Silver Wind Expedition 06:30 am 02:00 pm
Jun. 20th 2025 Friday, 20th of Jun. 2025 Silver Wind Expedition 06:30 am 01:30 pm
Jun. 26th 2025 Thursday, 26th of Jun. 2025 Silver Wind Expedition 06:30 am 02:00 pm
Jul. 14th 2025 Monday, 14th of Jul. 2025 Silver Wind Expedition 12:30 pm 05:00 pm
Aug. 5th 2025 Tuesday, 5th of Aug. 2025 Silver Wind Expedition 06:30 am 01:30 pm
Aug. 19th 2025 Tuesday, 19th of Aug. 2025 Silver Wind Expedition 06:30 am 01:30 pm
Sep. 2nd 2025 Tuesday, 2nd of Sep. 2025 Silver Wind Expedition 06:30 am 01:30 pm
Jun. 10th 2026 Wednesday, 10th of Jun. 2026 HANSEATIC nature 12:00 am 12:00 am
Jun. 11th 2026 Thursday, 11th of Jun. 2026 HANSEATIC nature 12:00 am 12:00 am

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