Pass through Corran Narrows
The Corran Narrows is the narrowest point of Loch Linnhe and reduces the width of the loch from over a mile to less than 200 metres.
Flanked by Corran Point and Nether Lochaber, you’ll enjoy views of mountainous lush-green landscapes as you sail through en route to Fort William – a feat only smaller-size ships such as those in the Fred. Olsen fleet can achieve. Be on the lookout for the Corran Lighthouse, which was built by the father and uncle of Robert Louis Stevenson in 1860.
Cruises to Pass through Corran Narrows
Departs: Liverpool • Thu 29 Jul 2021
8 nights • Borealis • S2117
- Create memories that last a lifetime as you sail Scottish Lochs on a smaller ship – the best way to experience the beauty and tranquillity of this astonishing part of the world.
- See mighty Ben Nevis in Loch Linnhe and Beinn Ghobhlach towering over Little Loch Broom; Loch Fyne; Fingal Cave’s basalt columns and more.
- Ashore, your call at Fort William could coincide with the annual Lochaber Highland Games, while legendary historic sites, from castles to Neolithic treasures, await you too.
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