Category 1, Cabins #104-106
Cabins feature two portholes and a double bed or two lower single beds. Each cabin offers air conditioning and heating controls, a writing table and stool, and a satellite TV. You’ll find shampoo and shower gel in cabin bathrooms. There’s room to store your luggage under the beds and a generously sized closet.
Category 2, Cabin #301-306
Cabins feature a picture window and a double bed or two lower single beds
Each cabin offers air conditioning and heating controls, a writing table and stool, and a satellite TV. You’ll find shampoo and shower gel in cabin bathrooms. There’s room to store your luggage under the beds and a generously sized closet.
Lord of the Glens feels like a cross between relaxing in a stately country manor and taking a voyage aboard a private yacht with friends. It is the perfect way to explore the Scottish countryside. She is paneled in polished wood, with teak decks, offering gourmet cuisine, and exceptional personal service.
Lord of the Glens accommodates 48 guests in 26 outside cabins. At 150 feet, she is uniquely sized to fit through the network of locks and canals that cut through the heart of the Scottish highlands —the Caledonian Canal, which connects the North Sea to the Atlantic. And, she can also navigate the coastline and venture to the islands of the Inner Hebrides, making her the only vessel that can cut across the country and explore islands in the Atlantic in such grand style.
Lord of the Glens is outfitted with bikes for exploring the Scottish countryside, and there’s an opportunity to kayak on Loch Ness. We’ll sail through the intricate series of locks known as Neptune’s Staircase, where Lord of the Glens is raised or lowered 64 feet in eight locks in the space of 500 yards and herself becomes an attraction as people gather to watch.
Ship Profile & Stats
- Length: 150 feet
- Tonnage: 1,065 tonnes
- Maiden Voyage: 1988
- Refurbished: 2000
- Passenger Capacity (dbl): 48
- Crew Nationality: Various – UK & European
- Dining Staff Nationality: Various – UK & European
- David Livingstone Lounge / Library
- Sir Walter Scott Lounge
- Robert Louis Stevenson Restaurant
- Internet Access