The Lord of the Glens, with its rich mahogany finishes and elegant reception and lobby areas, is a true five-star ship. This elegance extends to the stately cabins, which are spacious and offer wonderful outside views. Stateroom amenities include a private bathroom with shower, individually controlled air-conditioning and heating, satellite TV, music system, hairdryer, telephone, safety deposit box, bathrobes, and toiletries. Guests can relax and unwind in the Lord of the Glens' two lounges, two open-air viewing areas, cozy library, and bar. Healthy, delicious meals are served in the ship's elegant single-seating Dining Room.
Served in single seatings with unassigned tables for an informal atmosphere and easy mingling, meals focus on healthy cuisine including fresh Scottish poultry, salmon, trout and other options.
With exterior teak decks, hardwood finished interiors and fine fabrics, the Lord of the Glens offers a stylish and relaxing ambiance. The two lounges and two open-air viewing areas are social hubs aboard ship. There is a bar, and space to read books from the well-stocked library.
Cabins are tasteful, comfortable and amply sized, with outside views. Most cabins have picture windows (three have two large portholes high in the cabin). Facilities include a private bathroom with shower, individually controlled air-conditioning and heating, satellite television, music system, hair dryer, telephone, safety deposit box, bathrobes and toiletries.
Bicycles and kayaks are on board. There is complimentary Internet access at a computer in the Reception area. Lord of the Glens is the only ship of its kind able both to navigate the locks of the Caledonian Canal and sail among the islands of the Inner Hebrides. She offers us the unique ability to explore both the Highlands and the fabled Scottish isles.
- Registry: Great Britain
- Length (ft.): 150
- Passengers: 48