Discover Scotland's breathtaking scenery from the comfort of your luxury cruise ship
New for 2020, we are delighted to partner with Hebridean Island Cruises to offer a variety of luxury cruises around Scotland and her islands.
With a crew to guest ratio of almost 1 to 1, you can be guaranteed first-class, personal service from the moment you step onboard. The small size of the vessel means that an intimate atmosphere is fostered from the very beginning. The spacious lounge areas are perfect for getting to know your fellow travellers – but there are also plenty of quiet corners in which to enjoy some solitude. Each individually-designed cabin is spacious and beautifully appointed with the finest fabrics, alongside little luxuries like cosy bathrobes, slippers and sumptuous toiletries – perfect for pampering yourself.
The elegant onboard restaurant will provide the perfect setting for delectable meals each day, and the menus change frequently so as to only feature the freshest locally-sourced produce in each season. Plus, with a wide variety of wines, spirits and beers included in the price, this is the perfect opportunity to discover your new favourite tipple.
If you are itching to get onshore and explore the landscapes up close, you can easily do so throughout your cruise through a variety of tours and excursions, again included within the price. If you would like some time to see the sights independently, you can always grab one of the ship’s bicycles for an invigorating break from the sea.
From Orkney to the Outer Hebrides, Skye to St. Kilda, the sheer variety of locations covered by the cruises mean there is something for everyone, whatever you knowledge of Scotland. What’s more, we can tailor your trip before or after to ensure you reach everywhere on your list – maybe combining a West Coast tour on the Hebridean Princess with a self-guided trip to Orkney and Shetland, or synching it with a rail tour of Scotland? Take a trip that will stay with you forever – let us help organise your cruise of a lifetime with Hebridean Princess.