The team at NoFlyCruises reported last year about a cool and authentic new product berthed on the Caledonian Canal, in the Scottish Highlands.

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.

Highland Lassie has just announced that it has used lockdown to develop their website to make it more user friendly and represent the warmth and welcome you will receive when stepping onboard this unique floating hotel (soon to be cruising too).

The unique Highland Lassie’s Sunart Cabin

In just a few clicks customers can now view our onboard restaurant’s sample dinner menus, book a stay onboard and discover the exciting 2022 Cruise itineraries. The new site will provide a further insight into what can be expected when joining Highland Lassie for bed on board and their No-fly cruises of course.

The company hopes that following the First Minister’s announcement to lift travel restrictions, this new website will inspire and entice visitors to the Highland’s to take advantage of the unique experience aboard Highland Lassie.

Gaby Monkhouse, Highland Lassie Owner, spoke to NoFlyCruises about their desire to work with partners and immediate plans:

“We are excited to be working with established and trusted agents & DMC’s for our 2022 cruises, it feels good to have had so much interest in Highland Lassie. In the meanwhile we are delighted to be getting bookings for Highland Lassie 2021 as a floating hotel and are looking forward to filling the diary” –

Take a browse of this remarkable no-fly cruise option, restaurant and hotel on the new Highland Lassie website


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