One of our favourite cruises as it takes in the pretty islands of the southern part of Loch Lomond. Learn about the history of the Loch and its inhabitants, spot Osprey, deer and even wallabies (!) and sit back, breathe and drink in the view.
Enjoy a leisurely 90 min circular cruise around the island jewels and explore the historic Lomond landscape – listen to live commentary on the marauding Vikings to feuding clans. Watch out for wildlife and a chance to see deer, and ospreys.
This circular cruise departs from Luss Pier and brings live commentary about St Kessog’s Christianity in the 6th century and the Vikings who left a 9th Century Hogback stone in the churchyard.
In the 13th century, the Clan Colquhoun controlled the area so clan feuding ensued, but in more peaceful times they built the village of Luss for workers in the slate and cotton industries. Today, locals welcome visitors who come to appreciate the area’s natural and cultural heritage.
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Whatever the season Loch Lomond has a magic that has drawn walkers, climbers, cyclists, wildlife enthusiasts and adventurers for hundreds of years. Whether you're looking to discover exhilarating walks or take in the spectacular views from the surrounding hills, cycle the network of paths or explore the islands, Cruise Loch Lomond will help you get there. With eight passenger cruise boats on Loch Lomond and five departure points at Luss, Tarbet, Rowardennan, Balmaha and Inversnaid there are plenty of cruise options to choose from. Tickets bought online, by phone or loch side outlets.
Departs: Luss, Tarbet
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