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A hundred thousand welcomes to Loch Ness Cruises, Drumnadrochit
Come and join us for a cruise on “Nessie Hunter” and explore the world’s most famous and most beautiful Loch.
The Only Cruise Boat Operating From Drumnadrochit with a Scottish Tourist Board Quality Assured Rating.
ONLINE BOOKINGS MUST BE MADE AT LEAST 6 HOURS IN ADVANCE
PLEASE CALL 01456 450395, OR CLICK HERE TO CHECK AVAILABILITY FOR TODAY
Commentary by local Highland skippers whose knowledge of Loch Ness, the legend of Nessie and the Highlands is second to none.
Professional and proof read information about Loch Ness available in 20 languages.
All our passengers can sit inside our spacious and heated cabin with panoramic windows, outside on the aft deck, or up on the flying bridge.
Nessie Hunter is the only boat operating from Drumnadrochit which offers passengers 360 degrees views of beautiful Loch Ness.
Nessie Hunter is fitted with colour sonars, radar, GPS, satellite navigation and DVD equipment; she is the first vessel on Loch Ness to be fitted with down scanning sonar imaging to see the shapes of underwater targets.
Advance booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.
Our Fairline 40 is capable of speeds in excess of 20 knots and is fitted with a full galley making her suitable for corporate entertaining as well as our normal sight seeing cruises. Nessie Hunter has a large stern bathing platform and is ideal for divers, film crews and research work.
Loch Ness Cruises, founded by George and Lenora Edwards, is the oldest cruise company operating from Drumnadrochit and we are proud to be described by visitors and travel writers alike as “the most informative and entertaining cruise on Loch Ness”. We have a Scottish Tourist Board Quality Assured 4 Star Rating and we are members of the Green Tourism Business Scheme.
Leading the way with Loch Ness Research Technology –
Always ahead of our competitors we lead, they follow!
Every Cruise is a Loch Ness Expedition.
Nessie Hunter is available for film and TV work, schools, universities and research projects.
Please contact us on 01456 450395 with all your enquiries.