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With college term-time nearly full for the summer vacations various local schools in Fort William, Lochaber have already been enjoying a particular children’s task. Banavie main School is the one school which recently invested a couple of hours on a family friendly getaway aboard Crannog’s sail motorboat, Souters Lass.
The primary youngsters liked their particular trip down Loch Linnhe, departing through the Town Pier in Fort William. They were in a position to appreciate views of Ben Nevis, area wildlife and hear even more from our knowledgeable skipper in regards to the pets and wild birds which stay and thrive in locality of Loch Linnhe.
Inside below deck watching lounge, the children used task sheets to help them spot the local wildlife, and had enjoyable colouring the sheets in.
Feedback off their young cruise guests
Here’s just what some earlier youngsters needed to say about their particular Crannog cruise down Loch Linnhe:
“Thank you for our school visit to the Souters Lass. It absolutely was ideal journey when you look at the whole wide world!” from Mes
“To all of the staff of Souters Lass, i'm a pupil from Banavie main class. I am writing to express many thanks for letting united states on the watercraft. I liked going through the seafood farm as the seafood were leaping down and up” from Marcus
“Thank you for the information regarding Loch Linnhe additionally the creatures that reside indeed there. I would like to go back and now have another journey” from Natasha
“Thank you to take united states from the cruises and showing us the creatures” from Ryan
“Thank you for giving united states a cruise for 90 mins on Loch Linnhe. We saw 6 seals” from Cory
“Thank you the beautiful ship trip and telling united states in regards to the seals. The seals were cool” from Archie
“Thank you for the trip included. I truly liked it and I saw plenty of jellyfish there was about 150” from Molly
“Thank you for showing myself the fish farm. I liked what sort of seafood hopped in and out of the liquid. I also liked the mussel farm. I am hoping you liked using us on the boat. The Souters Lass is just one of the bits we liked first and foremost” from Tom
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After a recently available trip to Fort William, vacation journalist Robin McKelvie joined up with a Crannog evening cruise. Read on to uncover their trip aboard Crannog’s sail vessel, Souters Lass, as told by Barry Hutchison, from exterior Capital associated with the UK.