Enjoy a Scottish Western Isles cruise
Guests come on board Lord of the Glens to explore and enjoy Scotland’s hidden treasures, meet new acquaintances and eat delicious food. Our Scottish Western Isles cruises are certainly never to be forgotten.
All our cabins are designed for maximum comfort and relaxation, the perfect place to end your active day and welcome each morning.
James Watt Deck
The James Watt Deck is the lower deck housing three delightful category one cabins. From here you can watch the world go by in proper boating style with your own two portholes in your cabin. Interestingly, this deck is named after the illustrious Scottish engineer and inventor whose work with steam engines brought about huge changes to the world during the industrial revolution.
Category One Cabin
These cabins are located on the James Watt Deck which is two decks below the reception level. Cabins 103 and 105 are twin-bedded. Cabin 106 can be either double or twin-bedded. Each cabin has two large portholes to enjoy the views. Each cabin has en-suite facilities (shower, toilet and washbasin) with eco-friendly Highland Company toiletries. Furthermore, there is plenty of storage space, a dressing table, a safe, a hairdryer, satellite TV, music system, telephone and individually controlled air conditioning and heating.
Individual Cabin Amenities
Lord of the Glens operates an ‘open bridge’ policy. When the Captain is not manoeuvering the vessel in the intricate locks and bends of the meandering canal, guests are welcome to visit the Bridge and chat to the mariners on duty.