mv Lord of The Glens.
Each of the 27 en-suite cabins have individually controlled climate control, a hairdryer, trouser press, satellite TV, safe deposit box, music system, internal telephone, dressing table and stool and a full size wardrobe. All cabins are outside facing with 23 of these cabins have tinted picture windows, while the remaining four, on the James Watt deck, have large portholes.
mv Lord of the Glens
All round teak-clad viewing and promenade decks, the MV 'Lord of the Glens' boasts all the sumptuousness of a classic luxury yacht.
All round teak-clad viewing and promenade decks, the MV 'Lord of the Glens' boasts all the sumptuousness of a classic luxury yacht. Yet having only 27 luxury en-suite state cabins, all of which face outside, it nurtures the friendly intimacy of a boutique hotel. The 'MV Lord of the Glens' is the only passenger vessel capable of navigating both the Scottish inland waterways of the Caledonian Canal and the open sea. This is achievable due to both the ship's dimensions and its ability to satisfy the stringent safety requirements of the British Maritime authorities.
The public areas of the ship include a bar & two lounges that are located on the top deck, thereby affording magnificent views of the surrounding scenery besides leading to the forward teak-clad viewing area. The plush restaurant with its all round picture windows perfectly complements the high calibre of food served on board.
The bar and lounge are located on the top deck and offer magnificent views of the surrounding scenery. The interior is a mixture of rich mahogany tables and comfortable sofas. There is a small dance and entertainment area for the evening festivities.
The restaurant has picture windows all the way round and has tiny lights dotted around its ceiling to simulate the northern sky. The room really does have a luxurious interior to admire while enjoying the great food.
The cuisine makes use of the excellent local produce including fish, meats and poultry.