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Travel to Scotland by Sea Ferry

Travelling to Scotland from Ireland or Europe is easy and comfortable, and a good way to arrive relaxed and refreshed for your visit to Scotland

Travelling to the Highlands from Europe or Ireland is convenient and perhaps a more comfortable and more relaxing option to alternatives. Arrive in Scotland relaxed and ready for your first full day of sight-seeing. P&O Ferries operate a full range of ferry services to the south of England from Europe. They also operate a service from Zeebrugge and Rotterdam to Hull in the midlands, which makes for a much shorter journey to Scotland. On their overnight crossings from Hull to Zeebrugge or Hull to Rotterdam, customers can enjoy an evening of entertainment. Their ships depart in the evening on a daily basis to these destinations. Their services from Ireland will bring you to Scottish ferry ports of Cairn Ryan and Troon in Ayrshire - one of the most popular destination in Scotland for golf.

Another sea ferry operator is StenaLine who operate services to Scotland.

Caledonian MacBrayne operate most sea ferry trips in the Scottish West Highlands from places like Oban, Mallaig, Lochaline, and further north of Lochaber from Uig on Skye to the Hebrides.

Other sea travel operators provide all inclusive cruise holidays to Scotland and the Highland west coast in particular - Hebridean Princess and MV Quest are two such vessels who visit Fort William each year as part of their Highland cruise itinerary.

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Nevis Bakery
Established for over 25 years, Nevis Bakery is an award winning family run bakery. Standing on the shores of Loch Lihnnie under the shadow of Ben Nevis, the bakery produces a range of high quality cakes and biscuits. Over recent years, demand for our products has grown significantly and we can now offer our products to a wider U.K. market. Nevis Bakery specialises in a range of nine loaf cakes, shortbread and oatcakes. Nevis Bakery in Fort William is one of a few speciality bakes in Scotland. The company has received a number of great taste awards for its products and recently won a new marketing award at the Highland and Food and Drinks Awards. Nevis bakery was established in 1981 by Archie and Hazel Paterson. The last bakery in Fort William closed and Archie, being a professional chef, saw the potential in opening up a new bakery and utilising his baking skills. Twenty six years on, the business has proven to be extremely successful, and has gone from strength to strength. Established for over 33 years, Nevis Bakery is an award winning family run bakery. Standing on the shores of Loch Lihnnie under the shadow of Ben Nevis, the bakery produces a range of high quality cakes and biscuits. Over recent years, demand for our products has grown significantly and we can now offer our products to a wider U.K. market Nevis Bakery is still very much a family business with son Paul in charge of production and daughter Hazel responsible for administration. The company currently have two retail units one in Oban and one in Fort William with its traditional wholesale market selling to small grocery stores, catering outlets, and multiple retailers.
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