Welcome to Loch Ness & The Caledonian Canal!
Thank you for your interest in Caley Cruisers. We operate a fleet of 30 boats, with 10 different classes of motor cruiser, all fully equipped and available for self charter on Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal. Whichever vessel you choose, you can be assured it will be the perfect vantage point to explore 60 miles of one of Europe’s most beautiful inland waterways. The spectacular scenery, combined with a beautiful cruiser and our first class service will ensure your holiday with Caley Cruisers is one of the most memorable and enjoyable experiences you will ever have. Click here to find out what you can do in our 3, 4 & 7 night cruises.
Established in 1970, we are a family business and over the years we have introduced many people now to the splendours of the Great Glen. No previous boating experience is necessary as we provide a comprehensive hand over and 24 hour support service during your stay. Approximately one third of our customers are completely new to boating.
All of the new vessels we introduce to the fleet are fitted out on our premises in Inverness, they are purpose designed for our unique cruising area.
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Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any queries regarding our boats or cruising area. Our office is manned Monday to Friday, between 9am and 5pm, we'll be delighted to assist with any enquiries you may have.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Audrey, Karin & Bethany
The Reservations Team @ Caley Cruisers
Caley Cruisers Ltd, Canal Road, Inverness, Scotland, IV3 8NF
And a bit more info about us and the cruising area......
- If you don't know much about our cruising area, you can find out more about the Caledonian Canal on BBC Coast.
- Click Here to see how much fun you can have on one of our holidays! This great film was made by one of our customers, Beth Lacey. She and her partner hired our Eriskay in October 2012.
- You can read more customer reviews here , also see our Trip Advisor and Facebook pages.
More videos are available on our video page.
Approaching Kytra Lock
Cruising Loch Ness