Highland Branch

 

Where We Are:

Trips start and end at the Twin Jetties on the west bank of the Caledonian Canal, just off the A82, Glenurquhart Road and on the seaward side of the Tomnahurich Bridge, on the outskirts of Inverness. A nearby location for Satnav is IV3 8JL.

Parking:

Access to the Twin Jetties on the canal towpath is signposted, and at the Twin Jetties there is a small layby for parking. The towpath on the Google Map is called Great Glen Way and the street photo of the Twin Jetties was taken in June 2008, so it shows our previous Boat the Highland Seagull.

Our Cruises:

A maximum of 12 passengers can be carried on each cruise. The boat is equipped with a passenger lift and it also has a toilet which accommodates wheelchairs. Passengers embark and disembark at the Twin Jetties where there is a small lay-by for parking vehicles. Access to the Twin Jetties is made via the tarred Canal Tow Path between the Canal and the Caravan site and it is sign posted.
We operate on the Caledonian Canal, cruising the 4.5 miles between Caley Marina & Dochgarroch, and welcome passengers from the Inverness area and all over the Highlands, from Aberdeen to Wick.

Departs:

Mon – Fri 10.30am (or 11am by request) and 2pm April to September. Cruises last approximately 2 hours

Our Boat:

We have one boat at Inverness The Highland Cross Seagull. It is fully accessible with lifts to accommodate those with mobility problems or who use wheelchairs and it has a toilet which can accomodate wheelchairs. Tea, coffee, juice and biscuits are provided from the Boat Galley. Volunteer Musicians entertain on some of our cruises.

Branch Files

Canal map
Highland Cross Seagull – poster 2020