Wildlife and Sea Lochs

From: 9th Jun 2018, 2 pm
To: 15th Jun 2018, 11 am
Location: Banavie - Inverness
Places Available: 12
Boat: Ros Crana

Private Charter

Are you looking for the perfect holiday experience for a large group or family? We are able to offer the opportunity to book the whole boat with the option to swap it to any cruise type of your choice.

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Twin Cabins

All of our Twin Cabins sleep 2 people. Please select the number of Twin cabins you require below.

Single Cabins

We offer a limited number of single cabin bookings, subject to availability. Single bookings may be subject to a price supplement.

Twin Cabins Required

Single Cabins Required

Cruise Availability Guide

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There is the opportunity to see wildlife on all of our cruises, however on a wildlife specific cruise there is a resident wildlife expert on board.  This leader will offer optional nature walks each day.  These cruises visit sheltered sea lochs as well as traversing the Caledonian Canal.  The sea life is plentiful and the dolphins in the Moray Firth frequently display their presence. The dolphin watching is generally complimented with feeding osprey, peregrine falcons, and much, much more. Our resident wildlife leaders are experts in their field and offer daily walks and trips to get the best views.  Other activities are available or you can chose to stay on the barge and relax it is entirely up to you. 

Each wildlife cruise will either spend time in Loch Linhhe at the western end of the Great Glen or in the Moray Firth at the eastern end of the Great Glen


In 2016 the cruises will run as follows:-

Cruise commencing 21st May is Loch Linnhe Wildlife

Cruise commencing 11th June is Moray Firth Wildlife


In 2017 the cruises will run as follows

Cruise commencing 20th May is a Loch Linnhe Wildlife

Cruise commencing 10th June is a Moray Firth Wildlife

Cruise commencing 17th June is a Loch Linnhe Wildlife