Loch Shiel Cruises
Loch Shiel cruises offers distinctively beautiful “Eagle-Watch” cruises through the beautiful, sheltered waters of Loch Shiel on board the historic MV Sileas. It’s not every day you get to experience the diversity of wildlife, learn about one of Scotland’s most historically significant and preserved Highlands, while enjoying the unparalleled scenery that surrounds the 18 mile long freshwater loch. It truly is a natural treasure! M.V. Sileas cruises at a relaxing pace, provides a selection of light refreshments, can carry 50 passengers, and has both open and covered seating. Sileas is available for private charter everyday throughout the week (April to November) for any special occasion or event as well as daily public tours - These can be viewed on the website. Owner, Aly, does a wonderful job providing an interesting and informative cruise; most superb value for money.- Top 100 Review
by Fort William, Invernesshire , PH37 4LT
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Nearby Eating Out
The Loughleven Seafood Cafe
The Loughleven Seafood Cafe has been placed so that you can immerse yourself in the idyllic scenery encompassing the Loch Leven and the Pap of Glencoe.
The Creagan Inn
The Creagan Inn restaurant and bar can be found where the glen meets the seas by the ‘little rock’ in a corner of the west Highlands.
Prince's House Hotel
This historical building in Glenfinnan in the highlands of Scotland allows you to take a step back in time to relaxation and luxury in a gorgeous setting.
Clan Macduff Hotel
This 4-star establishment just south of Fort William is the perfect base from which to launch your tour of the Scottish Highlands.