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Loch Lomond, the largest body of freshwater in mainland Britain, has been used by generations of Scots and visitors for boating, water skiing, bathing and other less active pleasures such as picnicking or just enjoying the unique atmosphere and scenery.

With a multitude of inlets and islands to investigate and explore, as well as large expanses of open water, Loch Lomond has something special to offer every kind of sailor. There are speed restriction areas for powered craft at Milarrochy Bay and around the islands between Balmaha and Luss. These parts of the loch are particularly suitable for peaceful, relaxed sailing. For anyone looking for more competitive thrills, Loch Lomond Sailing Club, located at the north end of Milarrochy Bay, has a regular calendar of organised races for members throughout the year.

Loch Lomond is enjoyed by a variety of users, we ask that you show consideration of others and respect for your surrounding environment. Firstly our priority is your enjoyment of this beautiful part of Scotland, however you must act responsibly, stay safe and understand the Loch Lomond Byelaws.

Loch Lomond is a special place for people and nature. Please take your litter home and be aware of others - don't let your enjoyment of the loch spoil it for other people.

National Park Rangers are on site at the Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway and Milarrochy Bay to offer advice and support when launching your boat onto Loch Lomond.

Before launching your craft on the Loch it must be registered, this is free of charge and can be done at Balloch, Balmaha and Luss.