Caley Cruisers Reviews
Description:Boating holidays in Scotland. Discover the Caledonian Canal!
Newest Review: ... and the fenders that you attach to the side of the boat when mooring to protect the sides. Getting going Caley Cruisers ask you to arrive from midday for the first Safety Briefing. This means that you have to plan your journey to Inverness carefully, but luckily the drive there, although long, is straightforward up the brilliantly engineered A9. Secure car parking is provided at the ... more
Customer Caley Cruisers Reviews (1)
by - written on 12/08/09, updated on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 1229 readings)
My wife and I have taken a lot of boating holidays over the last few years, all of which until this summer had been on narrowboats on the canal system. Having made our first booking through a Hoseasons brochure, we read about all of the other places you could get afloat. The Norfolk Broads is one of these, but even more excitingly, we read that you could go right into the Scottish Highlands and then travel among them on the water. We told ourselves that one day we would have to do this, and now we have! Caley Cruisers has been established in Inverness for about forty years. It's a well thought of firm, which has even assisted in searching Loch Ness for its elusive ... Read the complete review