Hebridean Island Cruises
The Hebridean Princess is a luxury cruise ship touring around some of Scotland’s most remote lochs and bays. Offering the unrivalled comfort and refined service of a floating country house, every cruise is all-inclusive, with a Hebridean policy to ensure that each person has a carefree holiday. With a maximum of 50 guests, there is a distinctly personal touch to every trip.
Ideal for those yearning for adventure, the old fashioned way.
- Hebridean Island Cruises Ltd., Kintail House, Carleton New Road, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 2DE
- T: 01756 704704
- E: email@example.com
- Nearest Transport
- Guests are collected from Glasgow Central Station or Glasgow Airport in a coach or provided with valet parking at the port
- Glasgow Airport - 90 miles, 2 hours and 13 minutes
- Glasgow Central Station - 97 miles, 2 hours and 25 minutes
- Nearest Attractions
- As a floating hotel the landmarks and distances differ depending on where the ship is located
5 Reasons to Stay
- Unique way to see remote parts of Scotland especially the Outer Hebrides and St Kilda
- All-inclusive nature of every cruise for complete relaxation
- Company philosophy is “small is personal”
- Ever-changing scenery
- Coach airport transfers and valet parking at the port
The experience of a Hebridean Island Cruise is truly unforgettable, with impeccable service from a hand-picked crew who ensure that each guest enjoys a stress-free, relaxing holiday. As the purveyors of the finest tours ashore, the enthusiastic and knowledgeable guides are authorities on the spectacular Highlands and Islands included on each journey.
Every guest receives all meals and snacks on board, including wines, spirits, beers, soft drinks, tea and coffee, Champagne by the glass, all shore visits, use of ship’s bicycles, gym equipment, fishing tackle, and also all passenger taxes and gratuities.
There are 30 cabins, 20 twin/double and 10 singles. One suite has a separate day room, 4 cabins come with balconies and a selection of cabins with picture windows and port holes.
All meals are served in the Columba Restaurant, where awe-inspiring scenery is on view through the picture windows. Whilst dinner is sometimes at anchor, breakfast and lunch are often taken en route for the next destination, as breathtaking landscapes roll by. Guests can choose to dine on their own, with a companion or on a larger table hosted by one of the ship’s Officers, ideal for solo travellers. The Gala Dinners are sparkling occasions, from the Champagne reception in the Tiree Lounge to a gourmet dinner in the Columba Restaurant.
There is a small gym on board and a library.
At a Glance
- Coach transfer
- Valet parking at the port
- Early March until Mid-November
- 30 cabins, 20 twin/double and 10 singles
- One cabin is a suite with separate day room
- 4 cabins have balconies
- A selection of cabins with picture windows and port holes
- Columba Restaurant - fine dining evening meals and more casual breakfast and lunch
- Tiree Lounge - onboard Lounge/Bar for Champagne receptions
- Weather permitting, light barbecues are sometimes held on deck and ashore
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Fresh local produce
- Fully inclusive of cruise package
- Single-sitting dining
- Small gym on board
- Lookout Lounge
- Oak panelled library
- Sun Deck
- Locations are sought out that will thrill and excite guests
- Often cruise to destinations where larger ships cannot venture
- Tours ashore allow guests to explore the rich culture and history of each destination
- Gourmet food and drink
- History and heritage
Hebridean Island Cruises Ltd.
Carleton New Road