Cruise Loch Lomond
At Loch Lomond Lodges, we've teamed up with Cruise Loch Lomond to offer you the opportunity to experience the serenity of the ‘bonnie banks’ from the comfort of one of seven vessels in their fleet with a special discount on the standard prices when you show your lodges keys when you arrive.
Cruise Loch Lomond are one of the most well known and reputable cruise companies on Loch Lomond and have been operating cruises from the Western shore of Loch Lomond since 1978. A family business with its own Boat Yard/Maintenance facilities, they are able to keep the vessels to a very high standard, with a back up service second to none and an operation that takes pride in tailoring each cruise to visitor requirements.
Cruise Loch Lomond provide a full schedule of cruises and ferry & waterbus crossings from Tarbet, Inversnaid, Rowardennan and Luss. This offers day trippers, holiday makers and walking enthusiasts exciting opportunites to see the Loch and explore the surrounding area at their leisure.
During the daily cruises the boats sail pass the lands of the Clan Colquhoun, MacGregor, Buchanan, Montrose, Graham and the ruined strongholds of the MacFarlanes.
The most popular cruise options are:
The Inversnaid Explorer: Explore the remote eastern shore of Loch Lomond spending as much time ashore as you wish to take in the views. Choice of return times back to Tarbet.
The Island Explorer: Sail from Luss through Loch Lomond’s island jewels and visit the beautiful Inchcailloch –‘Isle of the Cowled Woman’.
Northern Highlights: Discover the northern end of fjord-like Loch Lomond and sail over the deepest part of the Loch in the shadow of Ben Lomond on this one hour circular cruise.
Rob Roy Discovery: Enjoy a spectacular 90 minute cruise in the heart of Rob Roy Country and gaze in wonder at the stunning views. Ticket price includes complementary Whisky Coffee.
You can find out more about Cruise Loch Lomond on their website at www.cruiselochlomond.co.uk or don't hesitate to get in contact with us at Loch Lomond Lodges and we'll try to help you out with any questions.
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