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Hebridean Princess

The smallest luxury cruise ship in the world

Hebridean Princess appeals to those who enjoy the gentle pleasures of cruising around Scotland in luxury and style. In her 19 years of operation, become one of the most successful small luxury cruise ships, offering her passengers a unique cruising experience.

Navigating the Hebrides, Scotland’s rugged and remote west coast, and the dramatic coast of Ireland, Hebridean Princess covers approximately 300 miles and sails an average of 24 hours in a typical seven nights’ cruise, venturing to Norway in Summer months.

Hebridean {rincess of Hebridean Island Cruises

The smallest luxury cruise ship in the world, with a crew of around 38 looking after 49 guests, Hebridean Princess has a loyal following.

The combination of Hebridean Princess’ relaxed elegance and the majesty of her surroundings have proved immensely popular and the ship now has an ever-growing band of loyal admirers. In a fiercely competitive market, 65 per cent of all guests are repeat bookings, a statistic that speaks volumes.

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.

The Footloose series presents the opportunity to immerse yourself on scenic walks in the stunning scenery of Scotland and Norway. The common denominator is spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and remote locations.

Most nights, the ship anchors in sea lochs or bays far from habitation.

Vital statistics

Operator: Hebridean Island Cruises
Home Port: Oban
Registration: Glasgow
Built in 1964 for Caledonian MacBrayne and re-launched as a commercial cruising vessel in 1989
Passengers: 49
Crew: 38
Passenger decks: 5
Length: 235ft
Width: 46ft
Draught: 10ft
Gross tonnage: 2,112 tons
Average speed: 12 knots
Accommodation

Cruising period: March to November
Destinations: Among the islands and along the coastline of Scotland’s west coast: from Cape Wrath to the Mull of Kintyre. She also crosses The Minch to the outer Hebrides and St Kilda and the Orkney and Shetland Isles, and Norway.
Included in the price: All meals, specially selected wines, spirits and champagne on board, soft drinks, snacks, all meals on board with fruit from baskets around the Ship.
Privately escorted tours, gratuities, pier and harbour dues.

Hebridean Island Cruises - 01756 704 700, http://www.hebridean.co.uk

Hebridean Island Cruises

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