Lady of the Lake

Lady of the Lake

“Each purple peak, each flinty spire
Was bathed in floods of living fire”
Sir Walter Scott – The Lady of The Lake

Loch Katrine has been a site of inspiration for poets, artists and visitors alike for centuries.

Our much treasured modern cruiser, Lady of the Lake, is named after the poem written by one of the world’s most famous writers, and lover of Loch Katrine, Sir Walter Scott.

Our beautiful cruiser operated originally in The Netherlands, and, before settling into her new Loch Katrine home, she graced Glasgow’s River Clyde as a water bus regularly sailing from the city centre out to Braehead. In fact, many who sailed the Lady during her time in Glasgow have made the trip to Loch Katrine especially to relive the experience.

Sailing on both one and two hour voyages, the Lady offers a heated saloon allowing you to take in the scenery in any weather. You can even relax with a drink or a snack from the cruiser’s kiosk.

Sailings depart from Trossachs Pier to Stronachlachar on a daily basis, but please be sure to check this season’s timetable before setting off. The Lady of the Lake also welcomes cyclists and dog walkers on board. We recommend you book your bike on board prior to arrival to avoid disappointment.