In Shetland we are blessed with some of the most beautiful coastline in the country and in our eyes there is no better way to explore it than actually jumping in and seeing first-hand what it has to offer. Along the way expect to jump, swim, climb, and find hidden caves to name a few things and get a whole different perspective that most will never see.
When you work with experienced National Coasteer Charter Guides, like Sea Shetland, who have a passion for adventure, your safety is at the top of our priority list (with fun and adrenaline coming a close second).
Coasteering is a great activity for everyone as it is open to all abilities and with no previous experience required. We tailor our sessions to match group ability whether it’s your first coaster or you’re a seasoned veteran!
Coasteering is the ideal activity for a variety of groups, challenging the individual and building confidence whilst also facilitating teamwork and trust. Coasteering is perfect for families, individuals, corporate away days, birthday celebrations, clubs, stag dos or hen parties.
Get in touch today to book your unique, unforgettable coasteering experience. We’ll look forward to introducing you to Shetland’s most beautiful aquatic nature trail.
The idea of Sea Shetland materialised while Michael and Adam were out coasteering, something they have been doing for years.
Our main goal is to empower people to get out in nature and experience the best Shetland has to offer. We are blessed with some of the most beautiful coastlines in the country and we believe there is no better way to explore it than immersing yourself in Shetland’s beautiful aquatic environment.
Adam (left) and Michael (right) have 20+ years of coaching/teaching experience between them. The idea for Sea Shetland began while coasteering together and was realised over the span of a year from 2020-2021.
Adam is a Social Care Worker with over 10 years experience in the Sports and Leisure industry where he was a Lifeguard Trainer Assessor and level 2 Aquatics Teacher he led multiple fitness and sports classes before becoming a Social Care Worker where he met Michael.
Michael works as a chemistry teacher at the Anderson High School and is also a relief social care worker. He has over 10 years experience in both occupations. Michael has supported pupils in outdoor education, led school trips off Shetland and been a private tutor over the years. He has a keen interest in outdoor adventure activities.