Cruise Loch Lomond Timetable
1 hour circular cruises from Tarbet Pier (Satnav: G837DE)
Cruise Loch Lomond operates a daily Waterbus and Ferry service linking the eastern and western shore of the Loch.
The schedule service allows you to access the inaccessible; explore some of the hidden gems in the National Park; linking with local accommodation providers and with public transport.
Tarbet village has Arrochar & Tarbet train station (15 min walk to Tarbet Pier) on the West Highland Railway Line with 6 services a day from Glasgow Queen Street.
Tarbet and Luss are both accessible by public bus services operating between Glasgow Buchanan Street bus station and Oban, Fort William, Skye and Campbeltown all stopping at The Tarbet Hotel (2 min walk to Tarbet Pier) and on A82 at Luss (10 min walk to Luss Pier).
Please visit their website for cruises and timetable options - Ferries and Waterbus
Loch cruises are a truly elegant and relaxing way to discover beautiful Loch Lomond from an intimate perspective. A Loch Lomond cruise is a unique opportunity to get to the heart of the Trossachs and Stirling region, with ever-changing scenic vistas which unfold as you meander from picturesque Luss village to natural wonders around Loch Lomond. You can explore them all on a wealth of exciting cruises provided by
Tarbet on the shore of Loch Lomond provides the ideal location from where to explore the dramatic fjord northern end of the Loch. New cruise departures from the idyllic village of Luss focus on the island gems of the Loch, and the ‘village on the edge’. This is only a 5 minute walk from Lodge on Loch Lomond.
For visitors staying in the Trossachs and Stirling area, and day trippers from north Glasgow, Inversnaid provides a suitable embarkation point from which to enjoy a waterbus experience on the ‘Queen of Scottish Lakes’ (Sir Walter Scott).
Hill Walkers on the West Highland Way and residents at The Inn on Loch Lomond can consider a number of cruises to Rowardennan or Luss from Tarbet which give many options for exploring other parts of Loch Lomond.