The Majestic Line
|Headquarters||Sandbank, Argyll and Bute, Scotland.|
|Website||The Majestic Line|
The Majestic Line, Argyll Coast Cruises, is a private cruise line with its headquarters in the Sandbank Marina on the Cowal Peninsula in the West of Scotland. Founded in 2004, it is named after a fictional shipping company that featured in Neil Munro's Tales of Para Handy.
The company runs a fleet of three vessels, two that were converted from fishing trawlers, the third, a purpose-built vessel, that has the look and feel of a 1930s “gentleman’s motor yacht”.
|MV Glen Massan||4||12||Cruise ship||Ireland||Entered cruise ship service in 2006.|
|MV Glen Tarsan||4||12||Cruise ship||Ireland||Entered cruise ship service in 2007.|
|MV Glen Etive||4||12||Cruise ship||Isle of Bute, Scotland||Entered service in 2016.|
- Batten, Rhiannon (13 September 2008). "Western Scotland: Wave hello". The Independent. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
- Mc Luckie, Kirsty (2 July 2013). "Travel: Sea the sights on Inner Hebrides". The Scotsman. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
- Gillmore, Lucy (9 July 2008). "A very bonnie boat trip". Daily Mail. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
- Staff writer (17 December 2015). "Majestic Line launches mini cruise ship". Scottish Business News Inverness. Scottish Business News Network. Retrieved 3 April 2016.
- Forgione, Mary (31 March 2016). "New 'mini' cruise ship will explore Scotland's most inaccessible islands". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 3 April 2016.
- The Majestic Line
- Basking sharks, fresh seafood and failed fishing: A Majestic way to see the Hebrides – review in the Daily Mail of a cruise on the Glen Tarsan.
- "Goodbye check-in, hello world" – review in The Guardian of a cruise on the Glen Massan.
- "Mini-cruise: A perfect way to test the waters" – review in The Daily Telegraph, London, of a cruise on the Glen Massan.
- "Sailing in search of serenity" – review in The Sydney Morning Herald of a cruise on the Glen Massan.