The 8 passenger Scottish Highlander has the atmosphere of a Scottish Country House with subtle use of tartan furnishings and landscape paintings. At 117 feet she is spacious and has every comfort needed for year round cruising. She is also equipped with 8 bikes and your tour guide would be happy to recommend the best routes to explore.
On board you will find four en-suite cabins each with a choice of twin or double beds. One of the cabins is a larger suite which has been designed for those who want extra space during their cruise. The experienced crew of four, led by your captain, ensure attention to your every need. Cuisine is traditional Scottish fare, salmon, game, venison and seafood, prepared by your own Master Chef.
Below you can find some of the highlights of the cruises we are currently offering on Scottish Highlander, along with some examples of the cuisine and fine wines the master chef will present you with on board. You can view the current itineraries and maps by clicking "Scottish Highlander Cruises" on the menu on the right where you will also find links to the photo gallery, deck plan and cruise rates.
Cawdor Castle, home of Shakespere's Macbeth
Culloden Moor, last British based battleground in 1746
Cruise Lochs' Ness, Oich, Lochy and the Caledonian canal
Spectacular scenery, Wildlife and Folklore
Visit Glencoe, treachery between the Campbell and MacDonald clans
Tour of the Ben Nevis Whisky distillery
See Eilean Donan and Urquhart castles
Munro of marinated Salmon, Pheasant breast with Horseradish sauce, Navarin of Lamb with fine herbs
A good selection of French and New World wines, complimented by assorted single malt whiskies and 80 Shilling Ales