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Scotland cruises

Cathy's verdict:

Discover western Scotland’s beautiful islands in luxury, with top-quality gourmet food, the chance to explore remote spots and no single supplements. The small boat cruises from The Majestic Line have a maximum of 10 guests for an intimate house party atmosphere, with popular double cabins for single occupancy often booking up first.

Recommended company: The Majestic Line

The Glen Tarsan at anchorAn idyllic anchorage on MullHand-dived scallops and Stornoway black puddingCastle Stalker, Loch Linnhe

The Majestic Line says

Our unique three- and six-night voyages around some of western Scotland’s most beautiful waters are based on board traditional wooden vessels, each lovingly converted to create a very special small boat cruise experience.

  • house party atmosphere
  • no single supplement
  • perfect for over-50s

We offer two double cabins for single occupancy on each cruise, with no supplement – they are generally the first cabins to be snapped up so we advise early booking.

Our vessels, the Glen Massan and the Glen Tarsan, each accommodate just 10 guests in six en suite cabins. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal, with exceptional hospitality and personal attention from the crew.

Meals are freshly prepared each day to a very high standard by the onboard chef with the emphasis firmly on fresh local produce including fish, shellfish, lamb, beef and venison – as well as a range of Argyll specialities. House wine is included with dinner each evening.

Meals are enjoyed at anchor in a different idyllic location with a chance to see rare wildlife, explore remote beaches and small islands, traditional villages, historic monuments and castles.

Find out more about our three- and six-night cruises in Scotland, prices and our latest special offers.

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