Lord of the Highlands

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  • Year 2012
  • Length 42.00 m
  • Beam 9.00 m
  • Tons 737 gt
  • Decks 3
  • Cabins 20
  • Passengers 40
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  • Language English
  • Flag United Kingdom

Lord of the Highlands with just 40 guests sails along the historic locks of the majestic Caledonian Canal in Scotland. The ship which offers itineraries for Hebridean Island Cruises has three decks, the Tweedsmuir Deck where the restaurant, bar and lounge are located, while the comfortable and well-appointed cabins are split between the Richard Hannay and John Buchan decks.
Aboard this small, luxurious ship there is a relaxed atmosphere where guests can relax in comfort and sophistication as they discover fascinating new ports of call. The crew offer a customised service and are familiar with the needs and preferences of the guests and create an unforgettable experience. The ship's elegantly designed and rich interior with wood finishes and cream-coloured panels is reminiscent of vintage style, and panoramic windows offering spectacular views. There are twenty staterooms with picture windows including one spacious suite and four with small private balconies.
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