Lord of the Glens

Lord of the Glens was designed for the sea and inland waterways. This small ship has all round teak decks, hardwood finished interiors and fine fabrics and offers a relaxing ambience and good service from a Scottish captain, crew and hotel staff.  Lord of the Glens passengers tend to be 45+ and British and International. When all cabins have double occupancy, the ship provides a space ratio of 19.7 tons per passenger and a crew to passenger ratio of one for every 3 passengers. At full capacity the space ratio is 19.7 tons per passenger and the crew ratio is one to 3 passengers.

gratuties

facilities

  • Adults only
  • smoking (some)

accommodation

Deck

dining

Each meal is an invitation to dine among friends. You’ll find the cuisine is excellent and focuses on local provisions. Meals are served to the entire expedition community in a single seating, with some tables accommodating an odd number for easy mixing. Independent travelers will find a welcome everywhere. Dress is always casual and the general ambience is relaxed and informal. The dining room is wrapped in picture windows, so we’re sure to never miss the view.

entertainment

The open top deck is set with tables and chairs, offering an ideal perch to take in the view of the Scottish countryside or see the busy crew at work as we pass through the locks. There are teak decks and warm mahogany finishes throughout. The feeling aboard is as if relaxing in a fine country home.

health fitness

Some bicycles will be aboard the ship that may be used to explore on your own or ride along the canal. At Loch Ness, kayaks will be available for use.

kid & teen

enrichment

specifications

Llyd No
1045
size
boutique
Style
classic
Type
river
Year of Launch
1985
Year of last refit
2000
Gross tonnage
729t
length
154m
width
34m
speed
18kts
decks
4
language
en
currency
GBP
No of Passsengers
54
No of Crew
-
No of Cabins
27
wheelchair access
-