Cruising Loch Linnhe, Scotland

This evening, I am posting information on my recent short cruise on Loch Linnhe, which is a 31 mile long sea loch (lake) in the West of Scotland and which was was formed as a function of a geological fault known as the Great Glen which runs SW-NE and includes Loch Ness.

Cruises depart from the Crannog Restaurant, Fort William, at the northern end of the loch and last about 90 minutes. Subject to weather and other conditions it is possible to view some or all of the following:

Fort William from Loch Linnhe, Scotland

  • Salmon Farm.
  • Mussel Farm
  • Herons.
  • Seals.
  • Ben Nevis ( Britain’s tallest mountain.)
  • Fort William.
  • Porpoise.
  • Dolphin.
  • Mountains and local scenery.

The trip offers good opportunities for photography and the boat is equipped with indoor seating and refreshments.

 Mussel Farm

 Salmon Farm

Loch Linnhe, Scotland

Loch Linnhe, Scotland

Loch Linnhe, Scotland

Loch Linnhe, Scotland

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