A major cruise liner port on the North-East coast of Scotland. Close to the magnificent Loch Ness, and its famous monster "Nessie". Deepwater fjord with several berths able to accommodate passenger ships up to 345 metres LOA, with a draught of up to 10.5 metres.
No tidal, beam or airdraught restrictions. Largest ship berthed to date, "Queen Mary 2"
Invergordon is the Gateway to the Scottish Highlands, and has many tourist attractions located close by, within reach of a half or whole day shore excursion.
Attractions include Urquhart Castle at Loch Ness, Cawdor Castle, Dunrobin Castle, Eilean Donan Castle and the Castle of Mey.
Activities include golf, hill walking, cycling, dolphin spotting and bird watching.
Many tours take in places such as whisky distilleries, Inverewe Gardens, Dornoch Cathedral, Fort George, Culloden Battlefield, Strathspey Steam Railway, Highland Wildlife Park, and Cairngorm National Nature Reserve, as well as shopping in the City of Inverness.
Attractions & Excursions
Loch Ness and Inverness
The most famous attraction in the Scottish Highlands, followed by a tour round the City of Inverness.
Glenmorangie Distillery is located 14 miles North of Invergordon, in the Royal and Ancient Burgh of Tain, which was founded in 1066.
Famously mentioned in Shakespeares' Macbeth, and still owned by the Cawdor family, the castle is located just East of Inverness, and has wonderful gardens.
Royal Dornoch Golf Course & Cathedral
Located to the North of Invergordon, with its famous sandy beaches, this is a championship course, and nearby is the famous 870 year old Cathedral.
News from Invergordon
- Two cruiselines make first calls to Invergordon as new shorex come on stream
- AIDA Cruises selects Invergordon for maiden voyage of AIDAmar
- Invergordon shows 20% increase on previous record as season begins
- Invergordon is set to break records this year
- Cruise boosts Highland economy