Boating Holidays on the most legendary lake, Loch Ness.

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Boating Holidays in Scotland

Boating on the Caledonian Canal is the best way to discover Scotland's wilderness. You will cruise with your canal boat through one of the most famous lake, Loch Ness. You will see throughout your cruise the most beautiful castles of Scotland, some of them in ruins.

The Highlands are an ideal destination to discover Scotland and its mystery and the perfect destination for nature lovers, golf players or for fishing.

The boating season starts on 1st April and ends on 31st October.

    Here is the list of waterways in river boat in this region
  • > Caledonian Canal
  • On this waterway, here are the possible starting points : Laggan.

    We are specialists in houseboat rental, If this is your first river cruise and/or if you have questions about self drive river boats, do not hesitate to contact us, we are at your disposal from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 7pm by E-mail or at 0033 230 96 08 57.

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    Caledonian canal

    This ruined castle is located on the banks of Loch Ness. Formerly a royal castle, it suffered numerous attacks and was partially destroyed in 1692. It is one of the most visited castles in Scotland.
    At the entrance to the Caldonian Canal you will find the scale of the 8 locks of Netpune, located in the village of Banavia. This is the longest lock ladder in the UK, 457 m, height 19.50 m. This declining scale dates from 1811 and its name is a reference to the sea god Neptune.
    The most famous Loch in the world with the legendary "Loch Ness Monster" is the second largest lake in Scotland with a length of 39km. From Fort Augustus to Inverness it can reach a depth of 72m.
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    The Locks
    1 Type of locks on Caledonian Canal
    • - Mechanized locks with a lock-keeper
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    information about the locks on rivers and canals Caledonian / Loch Ness
    Locks

    Very few locks (12 on the entire waterway), they are manned by lock keepers.

    information on the fluvial navigation with self drive river boat in Caledonian / Loch Ness
    Boating

    Navigation is very easy, mostly on large lakes.

    info on boat moorings without a licence in Caledonian / Loch Ness
    Mooring

    Moorings and equipment are not free, so you will be charged for your reservation.

    information to reach the departure bases Caledonian / Loch Ness
    Bases Access

    Glasgow is the nearest airport, 2:20 from Laggan.

    information on one-way cruises with self drive penichettes in Caledonian / Loch Ness
    One Way

    No one-way trip possible in this region.

    information on more services and extras possible with your self drive penichette in Caledonian / Loch Ness
    Services

    Gas oil is not charged per hour of sailing as in other regions. It will be charged to the liter, on the spot at the return. An advance payment will be required before departure. , No closed parking in Laggan.

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