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Don’t Miss the Boat!

Wild Scotland member, The Majestic Line walked away with the Best Visitor Award on Friday night at a glittering awards ceremony for the Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards at the Drumossie Hotel in Inverness.

The Majestic Line was set up in 2004 when Andy Thoms and Dr Ken Grant rescued a decommissioned fishing trawler and rebuilt it in Scottish waters into a small cruising vessel. In 2007, a second boat, the Glen Tarsan was rescued and joined the already popular Glen Massan to offer unique cruising holidays for up to 11 guests.

The Majestic Line vision is to provide guests an exceptional and memorable escape from everyday life, whilst cruising in the sheltered waters and beautiful coastline of Argyll and the Inner Hebrides. Guests cruise areas of remote coastlines and islands full of unspoiled natural beauty, all of which are steeped in Scottish history and boast an abundance of wildlife.

Mel Jarron, Marketing Manager explains, “This award is especially appreciated as it underlines what a dedicated team we have here at The Majestic Line. Our staff continually strive to offer our guests an outstanding experience and through their attention to detail and added extras, The Majestic Line achieves phenomenal feedback from guests and a level of loyalty second-to-none. To prove this, repeat guests or guests joining us through recommendations represent our largest percentage of overall guests.

It means so much to us that we have been recognised by the Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards for our commitment and hard work in ensuring our guests enjoy the best visitor experience possible. Well done to all our crew and onshore staff!”

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