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Cruises visiting Campbeltown & all Campbeltown cruises for  2020

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Campbeltown is a small Scottish village bordering the loch (lake) of the same name. The loch opens to the Firth (sea inlet) of Clyde (river). The town is on the Kintyre peninsula off the west coast of Scotland, that is just 20 km from Northern Ireland. The town is affectionally referred to as the “Wee Toon,” and known for its whisky production. (Whisky is Scotland’s second largest export.) It is also a small fishing port. The town can be walked in half an hour. Find out about the history of its various establishments. The town is also the westernmost town in the island of Great Britain, and the most remote of Scotland’s mainland towns.

In the Victorian era it had a flourishing ship building industry and over 600 fishing boats. Today it is reviving, part due to the wind power industry on the peninsula. The 19th C museum houses prehistoric unearthed artifacts and tells of the town’s history and famous Kintyre people. Look for the Art Nouveau cinema Wee Picture House on the waterfront. There’s the Town House (town hall) and recently opened Aqualibrium Centre – yes, pool, library, conference centre and café. As you chat with locals, pick up on the Scottish English spoken here. Walk five kilometres to Davaar Island at the head of the loch and look back at the low hills and pastures. Machrihanish 8 km to the west is an intentionally known golf course.

The town once had 30 distilleries and claimed to be “the whisky capital of the world.” Three distilleries remain active, and little remains of the past. They produce ‘single malt Scotch whisky’, meaning they come from a single distillery using a batch pot still and mashed malted barley. Taste the Glen Scotia range where it is made – stored for up to 25 years, around 48% ABV. Glen Scotia Distillery (1832) is less than a kilometre from the waterfront, in High Street. There’s an annual Campbeltown Malts Festival run by the town’s distilleries. Also, a folk song Campbeltown Loch, I Wish You Were Whisky, is based on the town’s history.

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