Silver Travel Advisor Partner - Hebridean Island Cruises
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Hebridean Island Cruises has been awarded the ‘We’re Good to Go’ accreditation by Visit Scotland and will resume sailing in March 2021. Please see the Hebridean Island Cruises website for the latest information.
Unique Experiences for a Few People – Never Something Ordinary for a Crowd
Exploring by sea is the best way to experience the beauty of Scotland. The Highlands & Islands, lochs and remote mainland areas are all accessible from the comfort of the luxurious Hebridean Princess or her newly-announced sister ship, The Lord of the Glens.
Hebridean Princess: House Party Style
Carrying just 50 guests, she has a reputation for exceptional service, fine food and wine and the warm welcome extended by the crew. She has 30 elegant and spacious cabins, 11 designed with the single traveller in mind.
Lord of the Glens: Small is Beautiful
The elegant Lord of the Glens has the look of a luxury yacht and was in fact designed with the Royal Yacht Britannia in mind. This four-deck vessel has 27 passenger cabins and will offer five and seven night cruises, commencing April 2021.
A Wealth of Experience
During the course of 30 seasons, Hebridean Island Cruises has shared local knowledge with its guests, and introduced them to some of the loveliest places in the Highlands & Islands of Scotland, The Northern Isles, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland and Norway. Romantic castles; tranquil, spectacular lochs; wide open spaces and seldom-seen vistas.
A selection of ‘Footloose’ cruises caters for most walking abilities with a range of guided walks, and the promise of a nip of whisky and a hearty meal back on board. Other themed itineraries include Classical Music and Art, Cycling, Food and Drink, Gardens and Wildlife.
Cruises of between four and ten nights depart mainly from Oban and the ships always carry well-informed local guide, plus, on selected cruises, a specially chosen Guest Speaker.
European River Cruises with Hebridean Island Cruises
For those wishing to explore further afield, Hebridean also operates a selection of enchanting European river cruises on board the 1930s style river cruiser, Royal Crown. A Hebridean river cruise attracts a maximum of just 70 guests, cared for by a dedicated crew and exceptional Hebridean Team, providing an unequalled level of personal service.
Read Features and Reviews about Hebridean Island Cruises
- Cruising in a boutique hotel with Hebridean Island Cruises by Alan Fairfax
- Hebridean Princess – A cruise ship fit for a Queen by Mike Pickup