Invergordon (Inverness & Loch Ness), Scotland Cruise Port

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About Invergordon (Inverness & Loch Ness), Scotland

Invergordon is a small port on the North Sea, and enjoys deep and safe waters. Invergordon is home to a variety of industrial activities, including production of aluminum and protective coating for pipes. Linksters can play a round of golf on the par-69 golf course. Take an excursion to Loch Ness, the home of the legendary Loch Ness monster.

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We arrived on a Sunday, so nothing was open & I work with a few people who live in the area so knew there wasn’t much to do, so we had a quiet & relaxing day on board. However there are several distilleries in the nearby area if you are that way inclined. I recommend Glen Ord distillery, if you can get to it. Inverness is a 45 min to 1 he train drive away, so is well within reach.


I went to Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness. The castle ruins are a must see. The view of the water from the turret was worth going up the steps which is a bit narrow to go up and down with the number of people there. I purchased a Irish cream whiskey at the gift shop that my brother in law loved.


We booked a tour through Go Scotland. Again, much cheaper than Princess and you really get a local feel. Went to the Scottish highlands and of course Loch Ness to find the monster. 😃

Visited: Jun 25, 2016

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We walked around Invergordon, then took the train into Inverness, walked around, and had lunch. Both nice and clean, though Invergordon has a lot of vacant storefronts. If you're not interested in seeing Loch Ness and don't want a full-day excursion, your options are limited.

Visited: Jun 30, 2017

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