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Water Bus Loch Lomond

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Iconic Loch Lomond is the principal gateway to the National Park. The magnificent and diverse landscape surrounding the loch provides the perfect setting for walks, cycle rides, romantic breaks, shopping, picnics and eating out.

You can now visit key destinations around Loch Lomond using the daily (seasonal) Water Bus service.

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Only forty-five minutes from Glasgow, rail and bus services allows you to ditch the car keys, relax and enjoy a great day out! Whether you fancy an easy stroll by the loch, a trek along the West Highland Way, a delicious loch side dinner or a steaming hot cup of coffee with a view, leave your keys and pick the loch!

FURTHER OPERATOR INFORMATION


Sweeney’s Cruises
Balloch, Dunbartonshire G83 8SS
t: 01389 752 376
e: info@sweeneyscruises.com
www.sweeneyscruises.com


Cruise Loch Lomond ltd
The Boatyard, Tarbet, Loch Lomond,
Argyll & Bute, G83 7DG
t: 01301 702 356
www.cruiselochlomond.co.uk

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