Many a famous warrior has passed through the Great Glen over the centuries – and now our very own Jacobite Warrior proudly patrols the waters of Loch Ness, protecting her crew and passengers from the beast that lurks below!
Of Gallic descent, this robust, aluminium-hulled catamaran was designed by the French naval architects Mer et Design and constructed in the glamorous setting of Cannes. In her previous life, Jacobite Warrior roamed the waters of the Mediterranean before catching the eye of "Compagnie des Iles" who took her to Brittany, where she cruised to the islands in the Gulf of Morbihan.
But a true warrior belongs in the Highlands, so this impressive vessel set sail for Loch Ness in 2011, where she received a warm welcome and a total refit, including two powerful new Volvo engines. Nowadays, Jacobite Warrior's strong exterior belies her warm, softer side. Once onboard, her 250 passengers can relax in comfort and let the double-glazing, central heating (and the Warrior, of course) protect them from the elements as they enjoy a leisurely cruise with bar and light snacks and our best Highland Hospitality on board as you travel on your journey from Clansman Harbour to Urquhart Castle.
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Length: 24.5m Beam: 8.0m Draught Laden: 1.6m Gross Tonnage: 142.82 MCA Category: Passenger Class V Service Speed: 12 knots Maximum Passengers: 250 Minimum Crew: three
Registered at: Inverness No 918294 Call Sign: 2FQD8 MMSI Number: 235093322 Main Engines: 2 x Volvo Penta D12MH 450hp Generators: one 26kVa Beta Marine 26, one Perkins 22 kVa
Furuno NavNet Radar, GPS, Plotter and Echo Sounder. Sailor RT6210 and Icom IC-M323 VHF radios, 2 x 100 person Zodiac and 2 x 50 person Zodiac. Open Inflatable liferafts, four Icom M71 handheld VHF radios. Adult, children and large person lifejackets.
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