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Cruise

A perfect location to visit the Highlands and its many tourist attractions

The Cromarty Firth has a good track record for handling calls by large cruise ships with up to 3,500 passengers. Excursion take up is high to local attractions such as Loch Ness, Dunrobin Castle, whisky distilleries and golf courses in the area, together with many outdoor adventures.

Cruise ships are able to enter and leave the Firth at all states of the tide and weather conditions, allowing schedules to be planned in advance with no waiting for the tide.

Invergordon offers a friendly welcome to all cruise ships with pipe bands and traditional dancing giving the passengers a glimpse of what the Highlands of Scotland has to offer its visitors.

Your up to date list of Cruise Liner Visits 2017 is available to download from here.


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Port Facilities

The Port of Invergordon is just an overnight cruise away from Edinburgh, Lerwick, Thorshaven, Bergen and many other top European destinations.

The Port is within 36 hours from Amsterdam, Southampton, Hamburg and
Dublin. It has the capacity to handle the largest cruise liners

Invergordon offers easy acces to major attractions, such as historic castles, beautiful gardens, battlefields, distilleries and world famous golf courses.

News Updates More >

New quayside welcomes biggest single delivery of wind turbines Wednesday 6 July 2016 Read more...

Port of Cromarty Firth welcomes 5,500 cruise passengers in one day Thursday 12 May 2016 Read more...

£11m boost to Highlands economy as the Port of Cromarty Firth prepares to welcome nearly 100,000 cruise passengers. Tuesday 15 March 2016 Read more...
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