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The 150-foot-long Lord of the Glens was originally built in Greece in 1985. The Magna Carta Steamship Company embarked on a major rebuild of the motor yacht after it acquired the ship. Indeed, prior to its ...
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Avid cruise
Member Since 2015
1 review
0 forum posts
2 helpful votes
Sailed September 2015
We chose this cruise because it traversed the Caledonian Canal and it totally fulfilled our expectations. The scenery was magnificent and we were lucky with many sunny clear days, even though a bit chilly. The crew was marvellous and ... Read more
1CMG
Member Since 2014
1 review
0 forum posts
1 helpful vote
We cruised on Lord of the Glens as part of a National Geographic Expedition, and we would travel again in a heartbeat on this wonderful ship. The ship is stylish and elegant, without being stuffy. Polished brass and wooden fixtures ... Read more
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tugman
Member Since 2012
1 review
0 forum posts
3 helpful votes
Sailed July 2014
The ship herself is very comfortable,we had a middle deck cabin and found it very comfortable with plenty of storage space,But the pillows on the beds are of a very inferior quality and were very stained under the pillow cases. The first ... Read more
gollane
Member Since 2007
5 reviews
39 forum posts
2 helpful votes
We sailed on the Lord of the Glens 11thru 18th June '13. First the ship,we had a top deck cabin, which are not the biggest but are far quieter and offer better views than the middle and lower decks.By ocean standards the cabins are small ... Read more
svtdot
Member Since 2013
2 reviews
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
It was very enjoyable. The weather was very kind to us, particularly the daytrip to Iona which was perfect The ship has much to recommend it, it is very small and the crew number 18, that includes the captain, mate, two engineers and ... Read more
cruisingepicurean
Member Since 2013
1 review
0 forum posts
1 helpful vote
About two years ago I took my family for a day cruise along the Thames in a boat called The Spirit of Chartwell. This day out was fabulous for all sorts of reasons; I learnt that there was a sister ship called The Lord of the Glens ... Read more
westmorland sailor
Member Since 2009
1 review
37 forum posts
1 helpful vote
Sailed October 2012
We travelled on the Lord of the Glens from Oban to Inverness over a 5 night period in October. The weather, surprisingly, was fantastic bar one or two light showers. We travelled from Oban to Mull, then up through the Caledonian canal to ... Read more
the english lady
Member Since 2005
2 reviews
2,435 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Sailed September 2012
When we looked into this cruise I looked for reviews, and found 3, so thought I would add another one, should people want to go into the wilds of Scotland. We started at Inverness train Station-where we met Brian. A very very helpful hotel ... Read more
geoff fuller
Member Since 2012
1 review
0 forum posts
5 helpful votes
Sailed July 2012
We were shown our 'cabin' and our jaws dropped, the cabin was about 110 sq.ft. and the so called ensuite shower about 12sq.ft. There was no seats and for this we were paying 550 pounds per night. The 'ensuite' consisted of a small hand ... Read more
Dawn Ball
1 review
0 forum posts
2 helpful votes
Sailed October 2011
My husband and I recently embarked on a four night cruise on the MV Lord of the Glens. We had booked this more than a year ago and as we were travelling in October 2011 we did not have great expectations of good weather. True to form it ... Read more
iain789
Member Since 2007
1 review
7 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Had a five day cruise on LotG in April last year, from Inverness to Oban. We were incredibly lucky with the weather, and the Highlands of Scotland were looking their absolute best. We travelled to Inverness by train, and were met at ... Read more
P Wright
1 review
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
We booked the Lord of the Glens for a 4nts Caledonian Canal Cruise in Nov 2009 as a relaxing end of season break. This turned out to be one of the best cruises we have ever done! Having been on many cruise lines and many ships, this small ... Read more

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