Holidays in the UK - Scotland Cruise Holidays

Scottish Highlands and Islands

Torridon LochLord of the Glens
  • Lord of the Glens
    Lord of the Glens at Urquhart Castle
  • Urquhart Castle
    Urquhart Castle from Loch Ness
  • Laggan Avenue
    Cruising the Caledonian Canal
  • Caledonian Canal
    Mountains overlook the Canal
  • Autumn on the Caledonian Canal
    Autumn on the Caledonian Canal
  • Fort Augustus
    Ascending the locks at Fort Augustus
  • Ben Nevis
    See Ben Nevis, the UK's highest mountain
  • Glenfinnan Monument
    Glenfinnan Monument to Bonnie Prince Charlie
  • Glenfinnan Viaduct
    Glenfinnan Viaduct - as seen on Harry Potter films
  • Haggis Night
    Dinner laid for Scotland Night
  • Piping in the Haggis
    Piping in the Haggis
  • Iona Abbey
    Iona Abbey
  • Duart Castle
    Duart Castle, Isle of Mull
  • Tobermory
    Tobermory on the island of Mull
  • Inverie
    Inverie, with the most remote pub in the UK
  • Skye Bridge
    Kyle of Lochalsh and the Skye Bridge
  • Portree
    Portree on the Isle of Skye

Explore Scotland on a 7-night Highlands and Islands Cruise, from towering mountains to picturesque lochs, ancient folklore to welcoming locals. Enjoy a selection of included excursions accompanied by an expert guide.

From Inverness, cruise the beautiful Caledonian Canal, through the magnificent lochs of Scotland’s Great Glen including the mythical Loch Ness. Marvel at Fort William and the mighty Ben Nevis, before visiting the beautiful Hebridean Islands and the colourful town of Tobermory. Discover the grand Duart Castle on Mull, explore Iona’s historic Abbey and enjoy a drink at the most remote pub in the British Isles at Inverie.

The exclusive Blue Water Holidays Highlands and Islands charter, the 54-passenger Lord of the Glens, is the perfect way to explore the superb scenery Scotland has to offer. Relax in the public rooms on board and sample fine cuisine prepared using fresh local produce.

The ship is the largest to sail the Caledonian Canal and has the same owners as the royal barge Spirit of Chartwell.

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