Hebridean Island Cruises
Setting the benchmark for luxury cruising
Hebridean Princess, the only vessel of Hebridean Island Cruises, sets the benchmark for luxury cruising with voyages around the dramatic coast of Scotland, the Western Isles and beyond to far-flung St Kilda, the Orkney and Shetland Isles.
She accommodates just 49 guests in the utmost luxury and is more akin in size and atmosphere to a floating boutique hotel, or a large private yacht, than a modern cruise ship, and single-handedly keeps alive the memory of the Golden Age of Cruising.
Hebridean Princess is favoured by the Queen
And unlike most other cruise operators, Hebridean Island Cruises does everything in house, ensuring quality and consistency, as well as maintaining the highest standards of friendly care, attention and service for its guests.
Most one-week cruises start from Oban and visit islands and remote coastal villages, concentrating on those inaccessible destinations normally visited only by private yachts.
And most nights, Hebridean Princess anchors in sea lochs or bays far from habitation and protected from any inclement weather
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