The team at NoFlyCruises does! After reading about a lovely new product currently waiting to sail on the Caledonian Canal, in the Scottish Highlands.

Welcome to Highland Lassie, a product concept in creation for seven years that opened her doors to guests in April 2020.

Highland Lassie is a uniquely converted fishing boat constructed using windblown oak that follows the line of the hull. She is well appointed and berthed just 3 miles from Inverness and Loch Ness.

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The Wheelhouse – Highland Lassie

Aboard, she offers delightful spaces of calm tranquility. A saloon/dining area, four cabins with double beds and en-suite shower facilities. Both top deck cabins feature windows with panoramic scenery. The wheelhouse doubles as an observation lounge with commanding views.And as an added bonus, the Highland Lassie also offers Wi-Fi throughout, allowing you to share your amazing moments with friends and family, instantly.

Highland Lassie is totally unique, as she offers a hybrid experience. Whilst berthed; guests can opt for a bed on board experience, perfect for visitors to the area wanting to experience the very best of local food and surroundings. With dining at the onboard Oakwood Restaurant which promises the very best of Scotland’s Larder.

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Sunart Cabin – Highland Lassie

However, what is even more exciting is that from May 2021, Highland Lassie will be offering 6-night all-inclusive cruises in and around Scotland’s beautiful West Coast. Cruises sail from Oban and other West Coast ports. Itineraries are tailored directly to the guests interest, whether that be a walk around no fly cruise favourite Tobermory, or visiting local distilleries or castles.

The team at Highland Lassie pride themselves in offering guests a warm atmosphere with personal service that isn’t stuffy.

Highland Lassie has just four cabins, two above and two below deck, making for an intimate experience and ideal for private groups and families to have total privacy and create their very own no fly cruise experience in the Highlands of Scotland.

>> Visit the Highland Lassie website for full details here

 

 

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