Spirit of Scotland Cruising

Spirit of Scotland
 Cruise in the Scottish Highlands


Spirit of Scotland is an elegant hotel barge with extensive public areas inside and out that are perfect from which to admire the spectacular Highlands scenery in comfort as she sedately cruises the Caledonian Canal and the lochs of the Great Glen. Although purpose-built in 2001, her style evokes that of the traditional steamers that plied the lochs of Scotland in times gone by. Having cruised a number of inland waterways in Europe in recent years, Spirit of Scotland will commence cruising in Scotland from June 2017.?

Accommodating up to 12 passengers in comfort, her interior features a bright and spacious saloon and dining area with picture windows, a separate bar, and an integral forward wheelhouse giving views of the cruise route ahead. The 6 air-conditioned cabins offer a choice of twin or double beds and are complemented by well-designed en suite shower rooms.?

Outside, there are separate areas where you can relax on a recliner or perhaps in the heated spa pool, as well as a covered dining terrace. And the large upper sun deck is the ideal place to admire the breath-taking backdrop and historic landmarks such as the loch-side Urquhart Castle.?

All this, together with the traditional Scottish cuisine, fine wines and wide range of whiskies served on board by an attentive crew of 6, combine to ensure a truly memorable cruising experience.

* Cabins : double bed or  2 twin beds - 130 sq ft
* Private bath with roomy shower
* Spa Pool
* 12 Passengers
* 6 Crew members
* TV and DVD player in each cabin
* Bicycles on board
* Air conditioning / Central Heating
* Handicap Access - NO

Good for walking and cycling, beautiful gardens area.



Spirit of Scotland Cruising
Spirit of Scotland Cabin
Spirit of Scotland Deck
Spirit of Scotland cabin
Spirit of Scotland Hallway
Spirit of Scotland Bar
Spirit of Scotland Dining Room
Spirit of Scotland
Spirit of Scotland Lounge
Spirit of Scotland Lounge
Spirit of Scotland in a lock
Scottish Highlands
Scottish Castle Ruin
Scottish Bagpiper


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