A photo tour of The Majestic Line boat Glen Orchy – the private charter where up to four passengers have their own skipper and cook for £1,800 a day

Moor the merrier: Glen Orchy at Craobh Marina (Picture: Dave Monk)

Glen Orchy is a 55ft motor yacht now available for charter with The Majestic Line in Scotland. Up to four people can be accommodated in the two cabins – the main one has a bed that can be made up as a double or twins and has its own en suite shower and toilet. The second cabin has twin beds with a separate shower and toilet that are shared with the two crew. Glen Orchy can be chartered for £5,495 for three nights or £10,995 for six nights. Look out for my full review, coming soon. For more pictures, see my Twitter or Instagram accounts.

The saloon where guests have their meals (Picture: Dave Monk)
A wider view showing the bench opposite as well (Picture: Dave Monk)
The small galley area where all the meals are prepared (Picture: Dave Monk)
The main cabin at the bow, set up as twin beds. It can also be made up as a double with an insert in the middle (Picture: Dave Monk)
A panoramic view of the cabin showing some of the cupboards at the sides as well
The second cabin with twin single beds. The two bunks can be used for storage (Picture: Dave Monk)

The two bathrooms – an en suite for the main cabin and a shower and toilet (not shown) that’s across the hall from the second cabin and shared with the crew (Pictures: Dave Monk)

The sundeck looking towards the tender at the stern (Picture: Dave Monk)
The small tender boat on board Glen Orchy (Picture: Dave Monk)
Clear seas ahead: The view from the bow (Picture: Dave Monk)
Taking a bow: Author Dave Monk takes a selfie at the head of the boat
Skipper Fergus Irvine in the wheelhouse (Picture: Dave Monk)
Skipper Fergus with bosun/cook Michelle Hannon (Picture: Dave Monk)
Glen Orchy anchored off shore with its tender (Picture: Dave Monk)

See also:

My review of a cruise on Majestic Line ship Glen Shiel

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