|Departure Date||No of Days||Price Per Person||Single Person Supplement|
|Saturday 15 September 2018||8||POA||POA|
Join Black Watch for an incredible exploration of the Scottish lochs, where within each breathtaking waterway you’ll discover spellbinding scenery, remote towns, stunning natural wonders and a host of historic sites. Highlights include the chance to marvel at Eas a’ Chual Aluinn, Britain’s highest waterfall; sail the picturesque lochs of Dunvegan and Broom; and go in search of the Loch Ness Monster.
Liverpool Depart 1700
Cruising Sound of Canna
Cruising Loch Dunvegan
Ancient echoes of Christian, Nordic and Celtic history resonate here in the capital of the Orkneys, whose 70 little islands of the Scottish north coast were conquered by 9th century Norsemen before being returned after non-payment of a loan!
Kirkwall's St Magnus Cathedral has been drawing worshippers for 800 years – but even this time scale is eclipsed by the 5,000-years-old enigma of Skara
Explore Scottish history amid the brooding splendour of 15th century Cawdor Castle (forever - but wrongly - linked with Shakespeare's Macbeth), or at imposing Dunrobin Castle, dating from the 13th century and housing a fine collection of paintings, objets d'art and family memorabilia of the Earls of Sutherland.
Cruising Loch Broom
Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Scotland
Cruising Sound Of Mull
Cruising by Duart Castle
Greenock (for Glasgow), Scotland
Liverpool Arrive 0600