West Coast Waters was a collaboration of all west coast DMOs and tourism organisations collectively representing over 2,500 tourism interests across the west coast of Scotland. The project spanned from 2019 - 2022 and was supported by the key public agencies and travel partners in the area. The project is now complete, but please feel free to keep sharing any relevant content on social media. If you require any further info relating to this amazing collaboration, please contact us here.


West Coast Waters was created to encourage people to celebrate the stunning west coast of Scotland, by getting in the water, on the water or being near the water. The perfect tie in to VisitScotland's Year of Coast and Waters in 2020 and 2021, but specifically recognising the diverse landscapes and wealth of activities the west coast offers.


A note of thanks to our content contributors. Photography credit: Oscar McBurney. Video credit: morroccomedia.com
All imagery and photography licensed to West Coast Waters and VisitScotland.

(Content cannot be used without permission For all media enquiries, please contact us.)

Our Public Sector Partners

Visit ScotlandHighlands and Islands EnterpriseArgyll & Bute CouncilScottish Natural HeritageCaledonian MacBrayneScotrailLoch Lomond & The Trossachs National ParkUniversity of the Highlands & IslandsCapitenInterreg Atlantic AreaNorth Ayrshire CouncilInverclyde Council

Tourism Destination & Sector Partners

Wild About ArgyllDevelopment CollVisit ColonsayVisit CowalIsle of CumbraeDiscover TireeExplore KintyreHeart of ArgyllInveraray Marketing GroupIslay & JuraArgyll's Secret CoastLove Loch LomondMull & IonaOban & LornOuter HebridesOutdoor Capital of the UKRoad to the IslesSail ScotlandMy Skye TimeWest Highland PeninsulasVisitArranVisitButeWester RossWester Ross BiosphereWild Scotland


Outer Hebrides
Skye & Lochalsh
Wester Ross
Argyll & Inner Hebrides
Loch Lomond, Firth of Clyde & Clyde Islands
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