Our 6-night and 10-night cruises depart on a Saturday from Oban in Argyll on the West Coast of Scotland. For our one-way cruises to Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal from Oban and Inverness, and our one-way Isles of the Clyde and the Southern Hebrides April cruise from Holy Loch to Oban, please contact the office to discuss travel arrangements. Our 3-night cruises depart on a Saturday and a Tuesday from Oban.
It is not possible to board the vessel before the boarding time as the boat is still being made ready for our guests. We therefore make provision in local venues where guests who arrive early can leave luggage or relax with complimentary tea and coffee until boarding time when our crew come and fetch them. All our cruises board at 4pm. The boat normally sets off about an hour after boarding. Several weeks before their cruise, guests receive detailed joining instructions to ensure their arrival is as smooth as possible.
All cruises disembark at 11am on the last day of the cruise.
Getting to your vessel
We are happy to help you with local travel information, so please do get in touch if you need more detailed advice.
Oban Bay, Oban
By train: If arriving by train to Glasgow or Edinburgh, there is an excellent (and scenic) train route from Glasgow to Oban departing at 08.21, 10.37 and 12.21 arriving in Oban approximately 3 hours later.
By air: If flying to Glasgow International Airport, telephone numbers for airport taxis can be provided. The transfer takes around 2.5 hours to 3 hours each way.
By bus: There are regular buses from Buchanan Street Station, Glasgow or St Andrews Bus Station, Edinburgh.
By car: Coming from the south, Oban is approximately 2.5 hours to 3 hours from Glasgow Airport. Cars may be left in secure paid parking in Oban.