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Inversnaid Explorer


Inversnaid Explorer

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Set on the east side of Loch Lomond, Inversnaid is full of natural drama with waterfalls, rare Atlantic oak forests and hidden beaches to explore.

Sailing from Tarbet you will cruise to Inversnaid on the remote eastern shore of Loch Lomond, a very special place.  The RSPB Scotland nature reserve which boasts an internationally important example of rare Atlantic oak woodland  - a habitat so rich that it is also referred to as temperate rainforest.

With waterfalls, woodland walks and hidden beaches it has lots of wide open spaces to explore for children. Take time to look for bugs, birds and animals. 

Good to know

  • Bring a picnic for the beach

  • Perfect short walks along the shoreline and opportunities to paddle

  • There are facilities aboard all of our boats

  • Dogs welcome on all cruises

  • The Inversnaid Hotel is open to non residents for snacks ands drinks in the summer months

  • Paths here can be muddy and unsuitable for pushchairs

  • Live commentary on board


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Inversnaid RSPB Board
Waterfalls at Inversnaid
Inversnaid view
Inversnaid Explorer on route
RSPB Trail Sign
Inversnaid Walkers

How to get here

Tarbet map

Tarbet Pier

GPS / Satnav: Tarbet Pier Car Park, G83 7DE
This departure point is approx 40 miles from Glasgow city centre. Paid parking is available at Tarbet car park but can be restricted at peak times.  There are free public toilets and the Bonnie and Ben takeaway cafe situated at the car park.
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Frequently asked questions

What is included in a Family Ticket?
A family ticket is for 2 adults and 2 children aged between 5-15 years.
Where can we buy tickets?
We strongly suggest purchasing cruise tickets online prior to arrival to avoid disappointment. Tickets can also be purchased at various locations around the Loch, the Luss Village Shop, the Balmaha Village Shop and Oak Tree Inn, Tarbet Ticket Office and VisitScotland Information Centres.
Do the vessels have disabled access?
Cruise Loch Lomond strives to offer assistance to passengers with reduced mobility. Please state your specific needs at the time of booking and contact us for additional information on 01301 702 356.
Is there parking?
There is paid parking at all departure points. *In the busy summer months we recommend you arriving with plenty of time prior to departure to secure a parking space.
Are there toilets on board?
Yes there are toilets at all departure points and on board each vessel.
Are cruises and the waterbus child friendly?
All children are very welcome.
Is there any concession offered?
Yes there is a £1 reduction for a concession on the adult fare.
Can you take bikes on board?
Yes, bikes are welcome. We have racks on board – there is a charge of £3.00 per bike and £5.00 per e-bike. Please can we ask that all panniers and batteries are removed from bikes prior to boarding. 
Can we take our dog on the cruise?
Yes, well-behaved dogs are welcome on board free of charge but must be kept under control at all times. Advice from The National Park is to keep your dog under close control especially during the breeding season (1 April to 1 August).
Is a commentary offered?
There is live, informative commentary from our skippers on all cruises with translations offered.
Are there refreshments available?
There are full bar facilities on board with tea, coffee and snacks also available.
Do the boats have safety equipment on board?
All vessels are fully Marine Coastguard Agency compliant and have open reversible life-rafts and lifejackets for everyone on board, including infant lifejackets.
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