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Speedboat Tours

Enjoy the stunning scenery of Loch Lomond from the comfort of a luxury speedboat. Combine the thrill of a travelling at speed on open water with cruising slowly through the lochs many islands. Often described as the highlight of a trip to Loch Lomond this a truly unique experience perfect for all ages!

The hour long Speedboat Tour is the perfect way to see Loch Lomond in a relatively short space of time. This tour includes highlights such as the highland boundary fault line, the famous Loch Lomond Golf Course and the Narrows - a beautiful part of the loch that winds its way through the islands and up to the village of Luss, a pictuesque conservation village on the loch shore.

If you'd like to spend a bit more time getting to know the area why not try our Speedboat Tour & Island Visit? Get off and explore the islands or visit the villages of Luss or Balmaha. Each island has it's own story to tell, from ancient casltes and clan burial grounds to beautiful forest walks and spectacular view points, all have something to offer.

If you're thinking about treating friends or family to a meal during your visit to Loch Lomond why not arrive in stlye with our Speedboat Tour & Meal package. There are several great places to stop for lunch or dinner on the loch all serving the best of Scottish food and drink. The pub on Inchmurrin Island is always a popular option and your guarenteed a warm welcome. 

Looking for a totally unique experience? How about a Speedboat Pub Tour? This is incredibly popular with both stag and hen parties as well as those looking for a day out with a difference! Loch Lomond has a wide variety of loch-side pubs and bars so sit back and relax as you cruise from pub to pub by speedboat. 

All tours can be tailored to your exact requirments and the above are just a few suggestions. Alternative tours include a Champagne Cruise and a Speedboat Tour & Island BBQ package using our own home grown organic beef if desired!

If you'd like any more infomation on our speedboat tours contact Chris at or on 07749 040660.


Kayak Hire

Portnellan Farms idillic location on the secluded south shore of Loch Lomond lends itself perfectly to being a base for water sports. Ideally located for exploring the loch and its islands theres so much to see and do! Head for the beach on Inchmurrin, the largest of the islands or over to the island pub for lunch. Set off on an expecdition to explore the ancient oak woodlands on Inchcailloch and take a walk up to the ruined church and clan burial ground. Paddle along the shore line close to the farm and discover hidden bays and beaches. 

Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) Hire

Originating in Hawaii, SUP is a relitively new, exciting and surprisingly easy way to get out on the water. The bay at Portnellan Farm is the ideal place to get started - the small island just off the shore provides excellent cover from the wind meaning there will be some calm water to get started in. SUPing is a great way to burn a few calories, improve balance and core strength while exploring some of the most beautiful scenery in Scotland. Hire price from just £15 per person including wetsuit hire.


Contact US

If you would like more information on any of our activities please contact Chris at or call on (+44) 07749 040660. Alternatively you can visit our website at

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