Ocean Ports of Call

Helensburgh - UK, Scotland Highlights:
Glasgow, Holy and Gare Lochs
The town of Helensburgh lies at the entrance to Gare Loch on the Firth of Clyde and is a gateway to Glasgow. This little Victorian resort was founded in 1776 by Sir James Colquhoun who named the town after his wife. The obelisk on the front is a monument to Henry Bell, designer of the Comet, Europe's first commercially successful steamship. Take boat trips from here to view Holy and Gare Lochs.

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