Mini Rebellion

Tour Mini Rebellion

Parking is available at Dochgarroch Lock, free of charge.

The departure point is 3 miles from Inverness city centre and can be accessed by car - we have plenty parking available free of charge. The City Sightseeing bus also stops at Dochgarroch so you can hop-off and enjoy a cruise with Team Jacobite.

Cruise through the man-made part of the Caledonian Canal onto the world-famous waters of Loch Ness. Our live guide will fill you with facts and fiction as you absorb the amazing scenery around you. Arriving by boat to the mighty Urquhart Castle sits of the shores of Loch Ness. Hop ashore and explore the ruins of one of the once mighty stronghold - entry included. 

With so much history to explore, don't forget to look out for the elusive Nessie! 


Please note that all of our boats welcome dogs on board, and whilst this tour does not, it may not be suitable for those who suffer from dog allergies. 


  • City Sightseeing Stop
  • Food and drink available
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Parking Available
  • Toilet on board

What's included


The Caledonian Canal is an impressive feat of early 19th-century engineering, linking Inverness in the east and Corpach near Fort William in the west.


The iconic Urquhart Castle is one of Scotland's most popular attractions; situated on the north-western shore of Loch Ness.


Scotland is brimming with myths and legends – and Loch Ness is the biggest of them all.

Departure times


    Departure point

    Dochgarroch Lock

    This is our newest departure point, 5 miles from Inverness city centre. We have plenty of free parking available. Fancy a stroll? Approx. 3 miles walk along the scenic canal front from Tomnahurich Bridge. 

    Dochgarroch Lock, IV3 8JG

    For information on disability access please click here

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    On board the Jacobite Rebel
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    On board the Jacobite Rebel
    Jacobite Rebel view at Loch Ness
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    Jacobite Rebel view at Loch Ness
    Jacobite Rebel on Loch Ness
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    Jacobite Rebel on Loch Ness
    Jacobite Rebel boat
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    Jacobite Rebel boat

    A few things to know


    A zoom lens can help you get a closer look at mysteries in the water.


    It’s warm on board, but the deck can get a wee bit windy.


    They’ll help you keep a good grip in castles and on deck.


    The Scottish weather can be unpredictable. Raincoats are a no-brainer.

    Any questions?

    Have a look at our FAQs section