Board Souter’s Lass for a wonderful cruise down Loch Linnhe and enjoy the breath-taking scenery of Lochaber. With our unique and informative skipper’s commentary, you’ll experience some of Scotland’s best wildlife including the family of porpoise who live in Loch Linnhe, salmon, common and grey seals and maybe even a golden eagle.
You will also cruise past Britain’s tallest mountain and appreciate one of the most unique views of the southern slopes of Ben Nevis.
During the summer we also provide evening cruises, so you can enjoy the same sites of Lochaber while the sun sets - keep an eye on our website for dates of up-coming evening cruises or contact us for details.
Souter’s Lass benefits from a comfortable and spacious all-weather viewing lounge with a bar serving a selection of hot and cold drinks and snacks, plus handy restrooms, which means that everything you need for a great trip is onboard.
To book or for more information give our skipper a call: 01397 700 714
During Wild Lochaber Festival Week 2013 Crannog Cruises will be offering an Evening Cruise on Loch Eil. This is a great time of day for viewing all kinds of wildlife and the cruise will take place on Wednesday 22nd May at 7.30pm. This can be prebooked via the Outdoor Capital Website or alternatively contact 01397 700714 or alternatively just turn up at the Town Pier in Fort William at 7.15pm
Take the ferry to historic Camusnagaul Bay...
From the Town Pier, there is also the local passenger ferry service from Fort William to Treslaig, operated by Highland Ferries. The trip to Camusnagaul Bay takes just 10 minutes, and from there you can enjoy stunning views back across Loch Linnhe to Ben Nevis and up the Great Glen.
You can take a short walk through Crofter’s Wood – which is signposted from the ferry terminal – and along the scenic shoreline, or take your bike and cycle along quiet B roads from Ardgour to Kinlocheil. You can also enjoy home-baking and local crafts at Treslaig Hall (opening hours vary depending on the season) or take a picnic to Picnic Rock.
The Treslaig ferry service is operated by Highland Ferries. For the most up-to-date ferry timetable and prices, please contact Dougie at Highland Ferries on 07813 558364.
Sailing Times & Costs
- Cruises depart daily at 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm
- All cruises last up to 90 minutes
- Adults £12.50, Children £6.50, Under 5s go free, Family ticket £35
- Sailings are subject to weather conditions and minimum passenger numbers
- Evening Cruises are usually from mid June, through July and August
- Special Evening Cruise departing Wed 22nd May at 7.30pm
Enjoy a unique, private cruise aboard Souter’s Lass
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