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Lochs of Scotland


Discover the spectacular natural beauty of Scotland on this unforgettable 10-night cruise. Sailing from Dover, your first port of call will be Dublin, Ireland’s charming capital city, before embarking on an exploration of the Scottish lochs, stopping in Fort William at the foot of Ben Nevis and sailing past Fingal’s Cave and historic Duart Castle, with plenty of opportunities to see the varied local wildlife along the way. You’ll have a day on the stunning Isle of Skye and on Orkney, where you’ll have the chance to visit the unique Neolithic settlement of Skara Brae, one of the most important archaeological sites in the British Isles, while from Invergordon you can head out on an expedition in search of the Loch Ness Monster in the murky waters of the most famous loch of all.


  • 10 nights cruise on Black Watch
  • 29 meals: 10 breakfasts (days 2-11) 9 lunches (days 2-10) 10 dinners (days 1-10)
  • £75 per person onboard credit
  • Included onboard drinks package
  • Exclusive Titan drinks party on board
  • Varied daytime activities, lectures, talks and evening entertainment
  • 2 formal nights
  • Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Embarkation service by Titan staff
  • Services of an experienced Titan tour manager
  • Port taxes

Lochs of Scotland

  • VIP Outbound4

    Day 1 - Dover

    Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your journey to Dover, where our staff will greet you and assist with embarking Black Watch in readiness for an evening sailing.

    Black Watch (3.5-star)

  • Day 2 - At sea

    There’s time to relax on board your ship today and enjoy the facilities aboard Black Watch as we sail towards the Irish Sea. Perhaps take a dip in one of the two heated pools or practise your swing in the golf nets.

    Black Watch (3.5-star)

  • Day 3 - Dublin, Ireland

    We arrive in the Irish capital, Dublin, this morning, with a full day to explore this inviting city. Learn about the nation’s past in the splendid National Museum, visit the impressive St Patrick’s Cathedral, wander through the bohemian Temple Bar neighbourhood or relax in the more peaceful surroundings of Phoenix Park, one of the largest urban public gardens in Europe. And if you want to know more about the ‘little people,’ the National Leprechaun Museum is the place to go!

    Black Watch (3.5-star)

  • Day 4 - Cruising Loch Fyne - Tarbert

    Connected to the Sound of Jura, Loch Fyne is one of the longest and most picturesque of Scotland’s sea lochs, set against a backdrop of crumbling castles, craggy mountains and marshy heaths. As we glide through the Loch this morning, you may be lucky enough to see seals, otters, basking sharks, dolphins and other native wildlife. The loch is also famous for its delicious seafood, especially oysters. Early this evening we reach the idyllic village of Tarbert, watched over by its ruined medieval castle. We set sail late tonight.

    Black Watch (3.5-star)

  • Day 5 - Cruising Loch Linnhe - Corran Narrows - Fort William

    Flanked by rolling hills and rugged woodland, Loch Linnhe offers incredible views as we sail through early this morning. Be sure to keep a look-out for the local golden eagles, porpoises and seals. We pass through the Corran Narrows, the narrowest point of Loch Linnhe, towards the picturesque town of Fort William, which occupies a dramatic location at the foot Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain. Known as the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’, Fort William is a popular centre for climbing, hillwalking and mountain-biking while points of interest include the West Highland Museum, with its extensive collections chronicling Highland history and culture, the ruins of Inverlochy Castle and the Ben Nevis Distillery, which offers guided tours. We depart tonight.

    Black Watch (3.5-star)

  • Day 6 - Cruising Fingal’s Cave - Firth of Lorn - Duart Castle - Tobermory Bay - Sound of Mull - Sound of Rum - Sound of Sleat - Loch Hourn - Loch Nevis

    Early today we sail past the astonishing Fingal’s Cave, located on the uninhabited island of Staffa in the Inner Hebrides, continuing through the Firth of Lorn between the Isle of Mull and the Slate Islands. We will pass the impressive 13th century Duart Castle and the Isle of Mull and sail through the Sound of Rum between the picturesque islands of Eigg and Rum, where whales, dolphins and otters are often to be seen. Our day concludes among the dramatic fjord-like landscapes of Loch Hourn and Loch Nevis.

    Black Watch (3.5-star)

  • Day 7 - Portree, Isle of Skye - Cruising Sound of Rassay, Loch Torridon & Loch Shieldaig

    Black Watch docks in Portree, the largest town on the Isle of Skye, this morning. Set within an attractive natural harbour, Portree is a bustling port with a number of interesting sights such as the Aros Centre, where you can watch live CCTV images of local sea eagle nests. The town also serves as a gateway other attractions on the island, including the intriguing rock formations at Trotternish Ridge - which can be found north of Portree, the Talisker whisky distillery and the ruins of the village of Tusdale, deserted during the Highland Clearances. We depart late this evening, cruising through the Sound of Raasay towards Loch Torridon, a stunning sea loch surrounded by pretty villages and the sandstone and quartzite peaks of the Torridon Hills. Ship to shore tender service.

    Black Watch (3.5-star)

  • Day 8 - Kirkwall, Orkney

    This morning we arrive in Kirkwall, the capital of Orkney, an archipelago of 70 islands off the northern tip of the Scottish mainland with a strong Scandinavian heritage. The mediaeval St Magnus Cathedral, founded by the Viking chief, Earl Rögnvald Kali Kolsson, in 1137, still dominates Kirkwall’s skyline while the Orkney Museum, with important collections of Stone Age and Viking artefacts is also worth a look. Alternatively, join our optional tour to the remarkable archaeological site of Skara Brae, a wonderfully preserved 5,000-year old Neolithic village, uncovered by a violent storm in 1850. You’ll also visit the Standing Stones of Stenness, one of the oldest stone circles in Britain, and the Ring of Brodgar, as well as Skaill House, a fine 17th century mansion.

    Black Watch (3.5-star)

  • Day 9 - Invergordon

    Located at the head of the beautiful Cromarty Firth, Invergordon is the gateway to the northern Highlands and is surrounded by stunning scenic beauty. Close-by and within easy reach is Scotland's most famous Loch - Loch Ness - legendary home of the elusive Loch Ness Monster. You might like to join a coach tour to the Loch and go in search of Nessie yourself. We leave Invergordon tonight.

    Black Watch (3.5-star)

  • Day 10 - At sea

    We have a full day to relax on board Black Watch as we cruise the North Sea back to Dover. Perhaps take the time to unwind with a massage in the spa or catch up with friends over coffee in one of the lounges.

    Black Watch (3.5-star)

  • VIP Inbound

    Day 11 Dover

    Black Watch arrives back in Dover early this morning. You will be met and guided to your Titan vehicle, for the journey home.

    Arrive Home

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