Lindblad Expeditions: Scotland’s Highlands and Islands

Unique small-cruise on the famous Caledonian Canal before sailing the coastal waters of the Inner Hebrides.

The Caledonian Canal

IN A NUTSHELL

  • 9-day cruise from Inverness to the Isle of Skye
  • Sails in June, July, August and September 2020
  • Trips to Culloden Battlefield, distilleries and remote islands
  • Suits active travellers with raincoats and cameras
  • Vibe on board is casual and sociable
  • Supports the Hebridean Whale & Dolphin Trust
Lord of the Glens

The Lord of the Glens, with traditional mahogany furnishings, is more country house hotel than cruise giant. With only 48 guests, this nimble ship is perfect for traversing Scotland’s narrow canals and weaving through Inner Hebridean waters.

Lord of the Glens Lounge

Life on The Lord of the Glens is relaxed, with no assigned dinner seating and an open bridge policy. Daily talks with the expedition team highlight cultural attractions and potential wildlife spotting opportunities. All cabins are outside facing and comfortable.

Lord of the Glens Cabin

The voyage brings together some of Scotland’s great cultural experiences, nicely package in an expedition-style wrapper. Culloden Battlefield, Loch Ness and the Isle of Skye are bucket-list highlights. Harry Potter fans can enjoy a trip to the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct, others can take a kayak trip on Loch Linnhe. The Isle of Mull offers St. Oran’s Chapel and the royal graveyard, where Scottish kings including Macbeth are buried.

Castle Duart on the Isle of Mull

For further information visit Lindblad

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