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Cruise Loch Lomond

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Cruise Loch Lomond offers cruises thoughout the year allowing you to experience the beauty, tranquillity and adventure on Loch Lomond.

Our vessels operate from points around the Loch and cruises will appeal to day trippers, holiday makers and seadogs of all ages.

Tarbet is the ideal location from which to explore the dramatic, fjord northern end of the Loch. New cruise departures from the village of Luss focus on the islands ‘gems’ of the Loch.

The cruises allow you to access the less accessible eastern shore, reduce your carbon footprint and experience the West Highland Way or climb the ‘Ben’.

For visitors staying in the Trossachs and Stirling area and day trippers, Inversnaid provides a suitable embarkation point from which to enjoy a memorable cruise on the ‘Queen of Scottish Lakes’.

Walkers on the West Highland Way and those staying around Rowardennan may wish to consider cruises, from Rowardennan pier. These give many options for exploring other parts of the Loch.

Also offerring cycle hire from Tarbet this season!

Contact & Booking

Cruise Loch Lomond
The Boatyard
Tarbet
Tarbet
G83 7DG

T: 01301 702 356
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