Lord of the Glens

Lord of the Glens cruise ship

Cruise line
Lindblad Expeditions

Current cruise:
01 Jan, 1970 - 01 Jan, 1970

  Current position



Lord of the Glens Review and Specifications

Specifications of Lord of the Glens

Flag United Kingdom
Builder GREECE
Year of built 1985
Speed 18 kn
Length 46 m
Beam 10 m
Gross Tonnage 729 gt
Former name Victoria II, Victoria
Passengers 48 - 54
Crew 20
Passengers-to-space ratio 20
Decks 4
Decks with cabins 4
Last Refurbishment 2004

Review of Lord of the Glens

National Geographic Lord of the Glens was built in Greece in 1985 as Victoria (until September 1999). Until 2000, the ship was called Victoria II. Neither the ship nor the voyage is appropriate for young kids. Most passengers are between 45-65 years old, enjoy the refined onboard atmosphere and fine dining, want to learn about the history of the region, and don't mind dressing up for the Captain's dinner. 

History - construction & ownership

The 729-ton ship Lord of the Glens can reach magnificent spots, inaccessible to larger vessels due to her shallow draft and small size, yet comfortably accommodating 48 guests in 26 staterooms. The feeling is compared to that of a private yacht, with all company integral to adventure. The vessels is ideal for exploration of rarely-seen remote places. 

Cruise itinerary program

National Geographic Lord of the Glens itinerary program is based on canal and loch voyages in Scotland.

Lord of the Glens


National Geographic Lord of the Glens has 4 passenger decks and 26 cabins, all of which Outside with windows (only two of them feature double portholes instead). The cabin grades number is 4. All staterooms are cozy and measure 135 sq.feet each, but are also attractive and well-appointed. Highland-oriented artwork and comfortable furnishings dominate the rooms, which also provide in-suite facilities with satellite televisions, music systems, air-conditioning, showers, vanity tables and stools, safe deposit boxes, internal telephones, robes and hair dryers. Beds can be easily configured as doubles or twins. 

Dining options - Food & Drinks

Nat Geo Lord of the Glens has one Main Dining Room with unassigned tables. The restaurant offers international cuisine inspired by ports of call. All meals are served single seating. Fine china, French crystal and silver utensils are utilized in the dining room.

Entertainment options - Fun & Sport

Public areas include a dining room; an observation deck; a library; two lounges with full-service bars and various facilities for slide shows, presentations and films; a sun deck with tables and chairs. The Lord of the Glens ambience is that of a country manor-house, featuring overstuffed furnishings and warm woods in the public spaces, as well as teak and mahogany touches in all staterooms and sun decks ("terraces"), on the top deck. 

Source: CruiseShipDeckPlan.com

Lord of the Glens Itineraries 2017

The below listed Lord of the Glens cruise prices on 2017 itineraries are only indicative and Per Person (in US dollars, based on double occupancy). These are the cheapest Lindblad Expeditions fares on the ship’s lowest category cabins available for booking. Cruise fares typically change with departure dates approaching, last minute deals, discounts, promotions, independent travel agency offers.

Itinerary ports
27 February 7 nights / 8 days, one-way from Kyle of Lochalsh to Inverness
Prices starting
from $7570
28 Feb        Departing from Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland
01 Mar        Isle of Skye, Portree, Scotland
02 Mar        Inverie, Scotland
02 Mar        Isle of Rum, Kinloch, Scotland
02 Mar        Isle of Eigg, Scotland
03 Mar        Isle of Mull, Tobermory, Scotland
03 Mar        Isle of Iona, Scotland
03 Mar        Isle of Mull, Tobermory, Scotland
04 Mar        Oban, Scotland
05 Mar        Fort William, Scotland
05 Mar        Laggan,Scotland
06 Mar        Loch Ness,Scotland
07 Mar        Arriving in Inverness, Scotland
30 June 7 nights / 8 days, one-way from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh
Prices starting
from $7570
01 Jul        Departing from Inverness, Scotland
02 Jul        Loch Ness,Scotland
03 Jul        Laggan,Scotland
03 Jul        Fort William, Scotland
04 Jul        Oban, Scotland
05 Jul        Isle of Mull, Tobermory, Scotland
05 Jul        Isle of Iona, Scotland
05 Jul        Isle of Mull, Tobermory, Scotland
06 Jul        Isle of Eigg, Scotland
06 Jul        Isle of Rum, Kinloch, Scotland
06 Jul        Inverie, Scotland
07 Jul        Isle of Skye, Portree, Scotland
08 Jul        Arriving in Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland