Boaters looking to take a Scottish charter holiday have been given a new option with Linssen Boating Holidays’ new Loch Lomond base
Scottish charter holidays could be about to become more popular after Linssen Boating Holidays announced that it has opened a new base north of the border.
The Dutch yard’s rental arm has set up on Loch Lomond, giving boating holidaymakers a new way of exploring Scotland’s oldest National Park.
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park has 25 miles of navigable inland waterways, making it ideal for a Scottish charter on board the firm’s Linssen Grand Sturdy 36.9AC (pictured above) which can sleep up to six people.
Exploring options include the Loch’s 22 islands, only four of which are inhabited, while local wildlife includes golden eagles, ospreys, red squirrels and even wallabies.
Full week, midweek and weekend breaks are available from April and rates start at £1,170 for a four-night midweek Scottish charter holiday during the low season.
Linssen Boating Holidays also offers charter breaks across eight other European countries including Finland, Italy and Croatia.
Peter Cumberlidge explores the French inland waterways from Paris to Auxerre as part of a delivery trip for a new
Life in the slow lane, but with more space and more ingenuity than ever on the Linssen Grand Sturdy 52.9