Captain your own boat on a memorable staycation

Enjoy the freedom of steering your own route along the Thames or Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal. Le Boat‘s specialist fleet of cruisers ensures they have the perfect boat to suit every budget, party size and holiday style. All their boats are dog-friendly and perfect for families, friends or couples.

Boating on the Caledonian Canal is a unique way to see Scotland’s wilderness with the Highlands providing a backdrop of incredible beauty. During your Caledonian canal cruise, much of your time will be spent on lakes (lochs) nestled in the rugged valleys along the Great Glen with hilltop castles, quiet waterside towns, lake resorts, cosy pubs and rich, melodic bagpipes to enjoy.

You’ll also be able to cruise on the mythical waters of Loch Ness on a cruise of 4 nights or longer.

Boating on the Thames allows you to get away from the crowds and discover the famous river Thames from a different perspective, at your own pace. As you gaze at Windsor Bridge and Castle or Hampton Court Palace from your river cruiser, you feel like you have been transported back in time. Your self-drive boating holiday on the Thames takes you to large towns with shops, pubs and museums, where sightseeing and family activities are on the afternoon agenda. You’ll also stop in small villages where the pace is slow and the living is easy! The perfect staycation destination.

Call our Silver Travel Advisors on 0800 412 5678 for more information and to book.

 

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