Until recently, size-limiting locks prevented travelers from seeing the Highlands from the remarkable vantage point of the inland waterway that links Scotland's most famous lochs. Now, with the style of a classic luxury yacht, the 54-guest Lord of the Glens journeys through this spectacular countryside in style.
The moment you step aboard the Lord of the Glens you are surrounded by the rich mahogany finishes of the reception area and lobby. The ship is magnificently appointed and brings to mind that one is in a stately country manor rather than a five-star ship.
Cabins: Cabins are tasteful, comfortable and spacious with wonderful outside views. Most cabins have large picture windows (four have two large portholes). Facilities include a private bathroom with shower, individually controlled air-conditioning and heating, satellite television, music system, hairdryer, telephone, safety deposit box, bathrobes and toiletries.
Public Areas: With all round teak decks, hardwood finished interiors and fine fabrics, the Lord of the Glens offers a stylish and relaxing ambiance. The two lounges and two open-air viewing areas are social hubs aboard shop, and the small library and cozy bar are a refuge for the more solitary. Meals are served in the elegant single-seating Dining Room. Chefs create healthy, delicious cuisine served by an attentive staff.
James Watt Deck Single #106 (1 double bed, 2 portholes)
David Roberts Deck #201-208, 210, 214, 216-217 (2 lower beds, picture window);
Alexander Graham Bell Deck #301-306 (2 lower beds, large picture window)
Single #219 (1 double bed, picture window)