Sea Plane Experience
A magnificent way to reward your top sales staff or to impress a visiting executive with an amazing birdseye view of some of Scotlands most beautiful landscapes. A truly memorable experience.
Fly to dinner a simply magnificant and memorable experience
Embark on a late afternoon flight from a Glasgow City Centre seaplane base to De Vere Cameron House on the shores of beautiful Loch Lomond. Following a stunning aerial tour of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park and enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne before dinner. Choose from the fine dining at the award winning Wishart’s restaurant, the Cameron Grill or the Boathouse restaurant at the marina.
Discovery Scenic Tour - 40 minutes
The scenic tour will take in the magnificent and beautiful Scottish West Coast landscape. Flying at heights between 500 and 5,000 feet the route will take you down the Clyde Estuary past Loch Long and Dunoon towards the south west and the Isle of Bute.
Fabulous views of Arran and the Mull of Kintyre should be available as you make your way past Loch Striven towards the Kyles of Bute and the village of Tighnabruaich – on a good day you may even see Northern Ireland ! Your flight will then turn to the north up Loch Fyne towards Otter Ferry on the Cowal peninsula and at this point the islands of Jura and Mull can usually be seen to the West. Look out for Minard Castle on the west coast of Loch Fyne. As the flight approaches Inveraray and the magnificent castle to the north it will turn east towards the Rest and Be Thankful and “The Cobbler” mountain located in the Arrochar Alps. Endless breathtaking mountains and glens will unfold below including Loch Goil, Loch Eck and Loch Long, all waiting to be disovered by you.
If the visibility is good you will be able to see Ben Nevis to the North. On the approach Tarbet on Loch Lomond the flight swings southward to give you a magnificent view of Ben Lomond and a low level cruise down the world’s most famous loch towards the islands to the south. Just a reminder that your Captain may have to vary the route on the day depending on the weather conditions – however, you can cover a great deal in 40 minutes flying in a seaplane – around 105 miles, in fact.
Sometimes the route can vary due to the weather conditions.
The aircraft can seat 5 or 9 passengers and so is obviously only suitable for smaller parties.