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Take a cruise on beautiful Loch Katrine and admire the amazing landscapes which change through the seasons.
We are sailing with regular cruises on either ‘Lady of the Lake’ or ‘Rob Roy III’.
The 2022 timetable is as follows:
45-minute Circular Cruise - departing at 10 am, 11 am, 12 pm, 1.15 pm and 2.15 pm
1-hour Circular cruise - departing at 1 pm and 2.30 pm and 4 pm
2-hour Return cruise, stopping at Stronachlachar (with options of return, one-way, or later return journeys) - departing at 10.30 am (Stronachlachar arrival 11.20 am) and 3.15 pm (Stronachlachar arrival 4.10 pm)
The small Osprey boat is available for private charter. Groups of up to 8 from the same party can enjoy a special trip on Loch Katrine, getting up close to nature and the beautiful islands and loch shoreline. on the loch.
Book any of our cruises at this website, or by calling 01877 376315.
Note if you plan to travel from Stronachlachar to Trossachs Pier you must pre-book your ticket to be sure of travel.
Loch Katrine has drawn tourists for hundreds of years, ever since Sir Walter Scott’s vivid descriptions inspired a generation of Victorian tourists to visit the loch to see the landscape for themselves.
We have a large pay and display car park so finding a parking space should be easy. Payment can be made by credit/debit card. During busy times it may take a short while to find a space so we advise that you leave plenty of time before your chosen departure time.
Steamship Sir Walter Scott
Sadly Steamship Sir Walter Scott isn’t sailing this season as she requires boiler repairs. We are currently running an SOS - Save our Steamship appeal to raise the £500,000 required to get her back sailing. You can find out more and donate via the appeal website.
Launched in 1900, this world-famous steamship has captivated visitors for over a century. Connecting every aspect of the Loch Katrine experience, the steamship brings together the best of adventure, relaxation and history – all in one.
Support our SOS appeal to Save our Steamship and help us get the historic Sir Walter Scott back sailing on Loch Katrine
Lady of the Lake & Rob Roy 111
We have two modern cruisers sailing on Loch Katrine. Lady of the Lake is named after the famous poem by Sir Walter Scott. The other, Rob Roy III, also has a Scott connection, named after Rob Roy MacGregor, the notorious outlaw born at the head of the loch in 1671. As the name suggests, it is the third Rob Roy boat to sail on the loch.
Both boats allow you to take in the scenery in any weather. You can even relax with a drink or a snack from the cruiser’s kiosk.