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Steamship Sir Walter Scott at Loch Katrine

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Experience Loch Katrine and the ever changing Trossachs landscape throughout the varying seasons, onboard our classic and elegant 117 year old steamship 'Sir Walter Scott', ore onboard our cruiser 'Lady of the Lake', or our latest arrival, the MacGregor of Glengyle.

Select your sailing based on time, the route, or your ship of choice. Each sailing offers a different Loch Katrine experience. Enjoy Loch Katrine your way. On-board amenities on the ship include comfortable saloons, toilet facilities, and a fully licenced bar, selling gifts, souvenirs and refreshments, including hot and cold drinks.

Cycle Hire: It’s easy to hire a cycle for an hour or longer - or take your bike on board ‘Sir Walter Scott’ or ‘Lady of the Lake’ for the morning sail up to Stronachlachar, then cycle back on the road along the scenic shores of Loch Katrine. With bikes for adults and kids it’s the perfect family day out - or you can even hire a tandem or electric

Gift Shop: Browse through Katrine Gifts at the edge of the loch, to make your selection from a wide range of Scottish crafts, including books on The Trossachs, and on the life of Sir Walter Scott. Housed in the former boathouse at Trossachs Pier, Katrine Gifts is where you will find a special souvenir of your visit.

Food & Drink: Relax and take in the stunning view from The Brenachoile Cafe Restaurant, where a warm welcome is always on the menu. Enjoy home-made soup, or a selection of cakes and tray bakes, whilst relaxing on the terrace to enjoy the beauty of Loch Katrine and The Trossachs.

Venue Hire/Special Events: The Brenachoile Restaurant can be reserved for special events including Family Celebrations, Birthdays and Anniversaries, Weddings, Corporate and Social Events. Special menus are available for all occasions.

Private Charter: Both our famous steamship, Sir Walter Scott, and our modern cruiser, Lady of the Lake, are available for private charter – your dream event can be a reality. With a choice of ships and the scenic grandeur of Loch Katrine, all you need is imagination.  From late night jazz cruises to champagne filled ceremonies, Loch Katrine makes a special event forever memorable.

The steamship Sir Walter Scott has wheelchair access, as does the Brenachoile Restaurant, which has a lift for access as an alternative to the stairs. If you have special requirements, let us know and we will try to cater for them. If you have an idea, our team has the expertise and resources to make it happen.

For more information on hosting your event or occasion at Loch Katrine, contact our team – enquiries@lochkatrine.com or call 01877 376315/6.

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Steamship Sir Walter Scott at Loch Katrine
Trossachs Pier, Loch Katrine
By Callander
FK17 8HZ

T: 01877 332002
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