Cruises from Isle of Noss
Noss is a small island off the east coast of the Isle of Bressay in the Scottish Shetland Islands. It lies 200km NE of the northernmost tip of Scotland, and 200km W of Norway, in the North Sea. Uninhabited, the Isle of Noss has been run as a sheep farm since 1900. It is a National Nature Reserve, with over 150,000 birds and chicks, and is truly is a bird watchers delight.
Noss is one of the most spectacular wildlife sights in Europe. The shoreline includes dramatic high cliffs and inlets to the NE, and sheep graze on rolling grassed moorland sprinkled with wildflowers in June and July.