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 Greenock Cruise Terminal Excursions

"A private bespoke experience."

 Trying to find a reliable and interesting excursion  can be quite stressful.

Cruise companies provide some fantastic day tours, the disadvantage being many are neither bespoke nor private.

We offer affordable, private day tours that take full advantage of Greenock's positioning 40 minutes drive from Glasgow and Loch Lomond respectively.

We would be happy to help you plan your excursion. Whether it be a day in Glasgow with its museums, distillery, parks and colourful history or a trip to Loch Lomond where it is possible to book flights over the West coast on a seaplane.

If you fancy further marine travel you can cross the loch on a ferry or very fast rib to have lunch in a loch side pub. Weather dependent of course.

Other destinations can be accommodated and we will always advise on timings for a suitable return to your ship for embarkation.

All shore excursions are individually priced . Please contact us for quotes or suggestions.

Sample Excursion to Loch Lomond (Weather Dependant)

A forty minute drive to Loch Lomond to meet the seaplane for your flight over Loch Lomond and the Clyde Estuary. Lunch at the prestigious Cameron House Hotel or visit the quaint village of Luss with a ferry ride across the Loch for lunch in a loch side pub. Your vehicle will be waiting for you at the pub and the drive back to Greenock for your embarkation time.

An ariel view of Loch Lomond & Ben Lomond , Argyll and Bute Scotland

Sample Excursion to Glasgow City.

A forty minute drive from Greenock to Glasgow Cathedral  where you can visit this iconic medieval building around which Glasgow was built.You then have the opportunity to visit any of the very impressive museums or buildings within the city or take the opportunity to walk round the city mural trail. Lunch at one of Glasgows top quality restaurants or perhaps afternoon tea in the Charles Rennie MacIntosh Willow Tea Rooms followed by a visit to a local distillery . Allowing for embarkation times, a visit en route to Newark Castle and back to your ship. 

Welcome Board at Kelvingrove Museum and Art gallery, Glasgow Scotland.
Front view of main entrance to Glasgow university, Glasgow scotland
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