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Ship Facts and Deck Plan for MV Lord of The Glens

Lord of the Glens

Built in 1988 the Lord of the Glens underwent a complete re-construction in Spain in 2000, and is refurbished each winter. She is the only vessel able to navigate both the Caledonian Canal and the open sea.

With its rich mahogany interiors and teak-clad promenade and viewing decks the ship has the ambiance of a luxury yacht. You can relax in the plush sofas of the bar and lounge area on the top deck where you'll have fantastic views before enjoying excellent food, freshly prepared from local ingredients, in the elegant restaurant.

There are 27 tastefully furnished traditional style en-suite cabins. They are equipped with satellite TV, hairdryer and safe deposit box and also benefit from air-conditioning, a music system and internal phone. All cabins are outside with all except Lower Deck having large picture windows. Dress is generally informally casual, with jackets at dinner optional. Extra efforts may be made for the Welcome and Farewell nights.

Lord of the Glens entering a Canal Lock Lord of the Glens Reception Lord of the Glens Lounge Bar Lord of the Glens Observation Lounge Lord of the Glens Dining Room Lord of the Glens Dining Piping in the Haggis at the Farewell Dinner
Lord of the Glens Image Gallery

Ship Information

Owner: Magna Carta Steamship Co Ltd
Flag: British
Built: 1988
Converted: 2000
Capacity: 54 berths
Gross tonnage: 729 tonnes
Length: 45.7m
Width: 10.5m

Cabin Information

Upper Deck Twin Cabins
Middle Deck Twin and Double Cabins
Middle Deck Superior Twin Cabins:
214, 216, 217 are the largest on board
Lower Deck Twin and Double Cabins
All cabins have private facilities, TV, hairdryer and safe
Upper Deck twin cabin on MV Lord of the Glens Middle Deck double cabin on MV Lord of the Glens Lower Deck twin cabin on MV Lord of the Glens

The MV Lord of the Glens