Jacobite Cruises welcomes the arrival of Spring on Loch Ness and has spent a fair bit of time, like most tourism businesses at this time of the year, getting ready to welcome visitors to Inverness and Loch Ness for the Easter holidays and beyond.
We hope this year is a busy and exciting year for Scottish tourism, the Year of Homecoming Scotland 2014; and we’re looking forward to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games – today marks only 100 days to go until the start of the games – and other major events in Scotland, including the 2014 Ryder Cup and many more.
As we work together with several local accommodation providers who send their guests to us to sail on Loch Ness we wanted to recognise the importance of working together and to celebrate Spring – so we were inspired to do it with good old fashioned poetry and flowers!
Thank you to our local business colleagues for their messages via Facebook and Twitter, including The Pentahotel Inverness and the Creevale Bed and Breakfast in Inverness for the photos of the flowers which we’ve shared here.
Spring 2014 brings a new, additional departure point for Jacobite at the scenic Dochgarroch Lock, with a new 2 hour tour, Contemplation, departing from Dochgarroch, offering panoramic views of Aldourie Castle and Urquhart Castle – well worth the trip!
Together with our business colleagues we hope to entice more visitors to discover the beauty of Loch Ness and its surroundings – find out more about our tours and cruises.
If you’re a local accommodation provider interested in working with us, check out the Jacobite trade site.