With the easing of restrictions many of the usual facilities at Loch Katrine at Trossachs Pier have now reopened. This includes cruises, Trossachs Pier car park, expanded toilet facilities, campervan stances, eco lodges, Steamship Cafe and take-away kiosk.
Sadly Steamship Sir Walter Scott is not in operation this season, as she requires essential boiler repairs before she can resume sailing. A funding appeal for the steamship restoration is planned for later in the summer.
Lady of the Lake will be running 45 minute cruises every hour; 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm if we are busy we will add 4.30pm. Prices are; Adult £13.00, Senior £12.00, Under 16 £7.50, Under 5 FOC, Family £33.00, Dog £2.
The smaller new Osprey boat is available for exclusive private family group charter (up to 8 passengers) see below for pricing.
We have introduced a number of new measures to ensure that you are safe and comfortable during your visit to Loch Katrine. You can find out more about them by watching this video.
As mentioned new for this year are exclusive small family group charters (maximum 8 passengers) on our Osprey boat with the services of one of our very knowledgeable and experienced captains. Prices start at £100 for 60 mins and £40 for every 30 minutes thereafter. A one off supplement of £15 for every extra adult and £10 for every extra child passenger above 4.
The booking office at Loch Katrine is now open and can be contacted on 01877 332002, or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The road around Loch Katrine is closed to cyclists and walkers close to Glengyle, with on-going Scottish Water repairs to the road caused by a landslide last summer. You can still cycle from Trosssachs Pier for 10 miles to Glengyle, thereafter it is closed.