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The M.V. Lord of the Glens is the only deluxe passenger vessel able to navigate both the inland waterways of the Caledonian Canal and the open sea. This recently reconstructed 150-foot teak-lined motor yacht accommodates 48 guests. Each tastefully appointed cabin features a private bathroom, a picture window (except for two cabins), air-conditioning, and satellite television. The chef prepares meals using local products and specialties. The ship's two observation lounges are ideal for enjoying the extraordinary passing scenery.
M.V. Lord of the Glens
The cabins aboard the Lord of the Glens are spacious and comfortable.
One of the ship's 27 well-appointed cabins
The dining room
The lounge aboard the Lord of the Glens
The aft lounge provides great views of the surrounding countryside.
Prices are per person, double occupancy. For a single cabin in 2016, add $3,640 in Category 1 and $4,190 in Category 2; in 2017, add $3,790 in Category 1 and $4,320 in Category 2. International airfare to and from Inverness is not included in the expedition cost. .