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Enjoy the loch from a different perspective

With the national guidance on travel restrictions easing, visitor facilities around the National Park are beginning to open. However this does not mean that it is ‘business as usual’ and we must all continue to take action to stop the spread of Covid-19/Coronavirus.

Loch Lomond and Loch Katrine Waterbus services

Whether you need to get from A to B or simply want to take in the views, the Waterbus service allows you to enjoy relaxing loch journeys and have time onshore to enjoy a short walk, cycle, lunch stop, wildlife spotting or even bag a Munro.


Scheduled services depart from lots of piers and pontoons around Loch Lomond and Loch Katrine, meaning you can leave the car behind and explore at your leisure whilst taking in the stunning scenery of two iconic Scottish lochs. All of the waterbus services allow dogs on their vessels, so feel free to bring your four-legged friends along for the voyage!

two-women-admiring-loch-lomond-from-boat-deck-one-is-looking-through-pair-of-binoculars-and-both-are-wearing-sweaters-and-woolly-scarfs View map & timetable

View map & timetable

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luss-pier-with-luss-name-in-close-up-letetrs-on-white-board-with-a-waterbus-on-loch-lomond-behind-approaching-the-pier Places to stop off

Places to stop off

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people-disembarking-from-boat-on-pier-one-of-them-is-in-green-waterproof-jacket-next-to-bike Combine with a day out on your bike

Combine with a day out on your bike

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close-up-of-three-young-men-in-hiking-gear-and-large-backpacks-with-sleeping-mats-visible-walking-and-chatting-animatedly-on-path Connections with long distance routes

Connections with long distance routes

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