Scottish Highlander

The 8 passenger Scottish Highlander has the atmosphere of a Scottish Country House with subtle use of tartan furnishings and landscape paintings.  At 117 ft. she is spacious and has every comfort for year round cruising.  Equipped with 8 bikes, your tour guide would be happy to recommend the best routes to explore.

Scottish Highlander hotel barge

With the atmosphere of a Scottish country house, the Scottish Highlander has a subtle use of tartan furnishings and landscape paintings that creates an authentic and restful atmosphere.

 At 117 feet and led by your captain, she is spacious and has every comfort needed for year round cruising.

On board, you will find four en-suite cabins each with twin or double beds. The experienced crew of 4 ensure attention to your every need.

Scottish Highlander cruises the Caledonian canal between Fort William and Inverness, through the Great Glen and along legendary Loch Ness, encountering some of Scotland's finest scenery along the way. With ancient castles leading to the waters edge and heather-clad hillsides, it is arguably the finest inland cruising scenery in the world.

The legends of the past, the taste of single malt and the mythical inhabitant of Loch Ness all contribute to a special magic only experienced in Scotland’s dramatic Highlands.

In addition to the scenary, your tour guide will be happy to recommend the best routes to explore on bike. The barge is equipped with 8 of them.

Cuisine is traditional Scottish fare. Salmon, game, venison and seafood is prepared by your own Master Chef (athough these can be avoided if they are not to your taste).

The experienced crew of four assure attention to your every need, whilst you cruise along the Great Glen showcasing some of Scotland’s most magnificent scenery. The many treasures of Scotland await you as you glide through various lochs (deep lakes) and the famous Caledonian Canal.

Very different in feel from our French cruises, this is a real ‘must do’!

Scottish Highlander salon Caledonian canal

At A Glance

  •  Up to 8 passengers, Classic Traditional

  • From USD$4,190 per person

  • Region: Scotland

  • Access: Inverness

  • Start City: Muirtown

  • End City: Banavie

  • Cruise Highlights: visit Cawdor Castle – home of Shakespeare’s MacBeth, see Culloden Moor – last British based battleground in 1746, cruise Loch Ness, Oich, Lochy, and Caledonian canal, see spectacular scenery, wildlife, and folklore, & visit Glencoe – treachery between MacDonald and Campbell clans.

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