Crannog Cruises sailing on
From the Town Pier (look for the red roof!)
For over 30 years sailing these waters we have seen an abundance of wildlife and some of the finest views in the world of Britain's highest mountains.
Our boat Souters Lass has served us well for many years and is currently being refurbished to new standards. Our new boat was purpose-built for leisure trips and events and is beautifully appointed with a fully stocked bar, galley, lounge, decks, and fabulous toilets!
Whatever the weather our boat will provide ample room out on deck or warm and cosy indoors when the weather is not so good.
A must-do activity for everyone visiting Fort William.
Under 5s go free. Dogs Welcome.
All our cruises include a lively commentary on the local area.
Is there somewhere to sit on the boat?Yes, we have ample room for indoor and outdoor viewing on board our boat. The interior of the boat is heated.
Can I buy something to eat / drink on board?Yes, we have refreshments on board and a great bar area.
Do you have toilets on board?Yes, we have toilets on board.
Can we take our dog?Yes, dogs are welcome on board.
Where do you depart from?We depart from the Town Pier (look out for the red roof) in Fort William (see our Contact Us page for directions).
Do children go free?Under 5’s go free, but they do still require a ticket. Just select the under 5 option when you make your booking.
Can I manage my booking online?Yes, you can amend the date/time of your cruise or cancel your cruise via your confirmation booking. If you scroll through your confirmation email, you will see "manage my booking" or "cancel my booking". This will then take you on a step-by-step guide on how to complete your change. You can also email one of our team on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do what we can to help.
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HEAR FROM OUR EXPLORERS
“Not to be missed if you are in or around Fort William. Beautiful scenery, Excellent commentary from the crew to explain what everything was and also very funny! Hot tea coffee snacks available and we were even treated to traditional bagpipes for a few minutes from a crew member. Hour and a half cruise with lots of highlights including Seal Island, beautiful view of the great Ben Nevis, mussel and salmon farm and historical explanations commentary and humour.”