Carrying just 50 guests, Hebridean Princess has an enviable reputation for exceptional service, fine food and wine and the very warm welcome extended by the dedicated crew of 38. She has thirty spacious, elegant and well-appointed cabins, some designed especially for the single traveller.
Hebridean Princess crew take pleasure in sharing local knowledge with passengers, and in introducing them to some of the most striking locations in the British Isles, Romantic castles; tranquil, spectacular lochs; wide open spaces and seldom-visited anchorages.
Experienced guides accompany every cruise and, on selected themed itineraries, knowledgeable guest speakers will share their passion for their subject. Themed cruises include gastronomy, classical music, whisky, castles and gardens. A selection of “Footloose” cruises caters for most walking abilities with a range of guided walks in the hills and mountains, seashores and lochs with the promise of a nip of whisky and a fine and hearty meal back on board.
Cruises of between 4 and 10 nights depart mainly from Oban, sailing the waters of the western isles and beyond to the remote archipelago of St Kilda, and Northern Ireland.
Hebridean Princess is genuinely fully-inclusive and more. Each cruise includes:
Meals and drinks, excluding wines on the Library Wines List
Shore visits, entrance fees to all castles, gardens and other places of interest
Guides and guest speakers
Use of the ship’s bicycles
Free Wi Fi access and use of the ship’s I Pads, located in the Library
Transfers and secure Car Parking provided at the port with the exception of London
Cruises begin in March and go through to mid November.