Rambling through the Great Glen
Kyle of Lochalsh to Inverness
Monday 10th July to Monday 17th July 2023
From £4,190 per person
7 nights including
2 Gala Dinners
Time to dust off the walking boots for our first walking cruise of the season, in the Highlands and Islands which form a wonderful tapestry of landscapes in the sheltered waters off the west coast of Scotland. Our route follows the major natural faultline of the Great Glen and encounters the iconic British landmarks of Ben Nevis and Loch Ness, along with a plethora of other fantastic scenery to enjoy.
As you cross the breadth of Scotland from coast to coast, expect a unique mixture of beautiful views, charming settlements, elusive wildlife and fascinating history, making for an all-round magnificent walking adventure. With alternative visits for those who prefer a more relaxed pace, this cruise offers something for everyone.
See our itinerary below...
Below you can explore the itinerary for this cruise. Click on the arrows to see more information on each days itinerary. Simply click the ‘Book this Cruise’ button to get booking and embark on an exciting journey with us…
Monday 10th July
Kyle of Lochalsh – Embarkation.
Tuesday 11th July
Kyle of Lochalsh – Eilean Donan Castle or Balmacara Square to Kyle of Lochalsh walk. Inverie, Loch Nevis – Old Forge Inn and strolls or Brocket Monument walk.
The strollers visit the iconic Eilean Donan Castle, situated on an island at the point where three great sea lochs meet, and the walkers explore Balmacara, a traditional crofting estate with striking views over Skye and Loch Alsh and a variety of habitats that include woodland, moorland and open hills. Sailing into Loch Nevis, the walkers head for the Brocket Monument and strollers can discover Inverie, home to mainland Britain’s remotest pub, The Old Forge Inn.Book this cruise
Wednesday 12th July
Eigg – Strolls ashore or An Sgùrr walk. Tobermory, Mull – Free time
On the Small Isle of Eigg, experience what life is like for the island community of 90 people, or stride out and take on the challenge of the dramatic pitchstone ridge of An Sgùrr. Later, we cruise around the most westerly point of the British mainland, Ardnamurchan, to the Isle of Mull and its capital Tobermory which plays host to gentle strolls and perhaps a little retail therapy.Book this cruise
Thursday 13th July
Craignure, Mull – Duart Castle or Duart to Craignure walk. Sail the Sound of Mull and Loch Linnhe to Corpach.
From Craignure, we visit Duart Castle, home to Clan MacLean and their current chieftain, Sir Lachlan MacLean, or embark on a half day walk along the scenic coastline from Duart back to our berth at Craignure. We spend a relaxing afternoon on board as we sail the Sound of Mull and Loch Linnhe, passing mysterious lochs and islands until we reach the Caledonian Canal at Corpach.Book this cruise
Friday 14th July
Corpach – Glenfinnan Monument Visitor Centre or Neptune’s Staircase & Caledonian Canal walk to Gairlochy. Cruise or walk the Caledonian Canal from Gairlochy to Laggan Locks.
This morning, the strollers discover the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the moving tribute to those who died fighting for the Jacobite cause at the Glenfinnan Monument Visitor Centre, whilst the walkers amble up Neptune’s Staircase and along the Caledonian Canal to Gairlochy where they re-join the ship. After lunch on board, cruise or walk the Caledonian Canal to our overnight berth in Laggan Locks.Book this cruise
Saturday 15th July
Walk or sail the Caledonian Canal to Fort Augustus. Fort Augustus – Urquhart Castle.
We transit the tranquil, tree-lined Laggan Avenue on board or on foot before arriving at Fort Augustus, the gateway to Loch Ness, which takes its name from a fort built after the defeat of the 1715 Jacobite uprising. The strollers spend the afternoon exploring the ruins of the pictureseque Urquhart Castle before the walkers re-join the ship for welcome refreshments.Book this cruise
Sunday 16th July
Cruise Loch Ness to Dochgarroch. Dochgarroch - Visit to Culloden and Clava Cairns or walk the Caledonian Canal to Muirtown Basin.
A scenic sail of Loch Ness leads us Dochgarroch where the walkers disembark for the final stretch of legs along the tow path to Muirtown Basin. The strollers final visit is Culloden, the infamous battlefield where Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Jacobite forces were defeated in 1746, ahead of the farewell reception and dinner at our overnight berth in Inverness.Book this cruise
Monday 17th July
Inverness – Disembarkation.
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Our decks and Cabins
Below you can see our decks and what cabins are on each of them. If you click the arrow you can see further information on each cabin and what it has to offer. So get exploring and get booking. We look forward to you joining us on board for an experience of a lifetime…
Category One Deluxe Cabins
John Buchan Deck and Richard Hannay Deck
Category Two Balcony Cabins
John Buchan Deck
Category Two Balcony Cabins
The 4 balcony cabins are located on the John Buchan Deck and feature twin beds. The balconies afford privacy and are fitted with teak furniture for you to enjoy the magnificent scenery.Book this cruise
Category Three Suite
Category Three Suite
The spacious suite is located at the forward end of the John Buchan Deck and features large picture windows both port and starboard affording delightful views. The sitting area is furnished with a comfortable sofa, coffee table and mini bar.Book this cruise
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