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Lord of the Glens Review

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Inner hebrides & caledonian canal

Review for Lord of the Glens to Nowhere
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2013

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 particularly the bathroom, we managed okay but larger people may find the space restricting. There no elevators on this ship only 2 staircases between decks.

The cabins have more than adequate storage and feature tv,radio,desk.stool,hairdryer etc.

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Cabin 302 top deck.There are only 6 cabins of this type 301&302 are slightly smaller than the other 4.The bathrooms are quiet small but just about okay.First impressions are OMG it is small but plenty of storage for 7 days with 6 channel tv and radio.These cabins are far quieter and offer better views than the middle deck cabins.The middle deck cabins have 5 with double beds btw.

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