Enjoy a scenic 30 minute cruise along the highland boundary fault line passing the middle islands of Loch Lomond, known as the jewels in her crown and visit the picturesque villages of Balmaha and Luss on the east and west side of Loch Lomond respectively. Luss with it's medieval church, historic graveyard dating back to the 6th century and picturesque cottages has been granted conservation status by historic Scotland. The village has a variety of picnic spots and eateries such as the Village rest, Lodge on the Loch and The Loch Lomond Arms. On the opposite shore the village of Balmaha is linked to a number of cycle routes and walking trails including Conic Hill which offers spectacular views of Loch Lomond and the highland boundary fault line. It is also home to the famous Oak Tree Inn.






June, July & August

Departs Luss:

9:50, 11:00, 12:40, 13:50 & 15:00


Departs Balmaha:

10:20, 11:30, 13:10, 14:20 & 15:30


May & September

Departs Luss 

9:50, 11:10, 13:00, 14:30 


Departs Balmaha 

10:20, 11:40, 13:30, 15:00







Youth (12 to 15)



Children (12 and under)



Children (under 5)



2 Adults and 2 Children



2 Adults and 3 Children





For group bookings of 12 or more please contact Sweeney's Cruise Co. directly to arrange your place and avoid disappointment.



Sweeney's Cruise Co. strive to offer every assistance to disabled passengers. The boat we reccomend to wheelchair users is the Astina. Please call our office on 01389 752376 for advice before making a booking. Regrettably, for health and safety reasons, electric wheelchairs cannot be accommodated.



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Expert commentary

All cruises feature onboard commentary by Neil Oliver, a Scottish archaeologist, historian, broadcaster and writer who has become widely known as the presenter of BBC television’s series 'A History of Scotland' and 'Coast'

Beautiful cruises, first-class service. Been on Sweeney's Cruises twice now; once in the winter and once last week. Really enjoyed both times and it's somewhere I'll take out-of-town visitors; the scenery is stunning, the boats themselves are nice and it feels like the staff have put a lot of thought into the little things - interesting tour.... Highly recommended!

Isabel, Glasgow (via TripAdvisor)