Hebridean Princess

 

Hebridean Princess, Scotland

Hebridean Princess, Scotland

 

A Vacation Fit for a Queen

Prince Charles, The Queen, and Duke of Edinburgh

Prince Charles, The Queen, and Duke of Edinburgh

 

The Hebridean Princess’ cabins go quickly.

For more information on savings: Call us at 617-566-1907.

 

Hebridean Island Cruises rarely has sales.  However, our exciting news is that several cruises have discounted  cabins.   

On the Hebridean Princess, your cruise fare includes 3 delightful meals daily; full wines, spirits, and champagnes; round trip transfers to and from Glascow; all sightseeing with entrance fees; excellent guides and guest speakers; port taxes and gratuities and travel insurance.

Accommodating just 50 guests, the Hebridean Princess has the feel of a delightful country house.   Also worth noting is the fact that Queen Elizabeth II chose to charter Hebridean Princess from her own private funds, in order to enjoy an 80th birthday cruise around the Scottish Islands in July, 2006.  She liked the ship so much, she chartered it again four years later.

Hebridean Princess now enjoys a Royal Charter — the only ship which does — proudly displayed with a huge crest in what was the smoking room, now the Lookout Lounge. The ship also participated in the flotilla along the Thames, organized in 2012 to mark the Queen’s Golden Jubilee celebrations.

Join the Hebridean Princess cruises to explore the superb culinary offerings of the Highlands and Islands.  This cruise is a wonderful way to get in under the surface of Scotland and learn about its culture and cuisine.

 

Iona Abbey

Iona Abbey

 

The group onboard will be primarily English.   However, the atmosphere is welcoming to everyone.  Single guests recall the pleasure of being invited to sit with the officers each evening for dinner.  Americans speak about the graciousness of their fellow guests.

 

Duart Castle

Duart Castle

 

Meals are served in the Columba Restaurant, with views of breathtaking scenery through the picture windows.  Whilst dinner is sometimes at anchor, breakfast and lunch are often en route to your next enchanting place.

 

Dining Room aboard the Hebridean Princess

Dining Room aboard the Hebridean Princess

 

Guests can choose to dine on their own or at a larger table hosted by one of the ship’s officers, ideal for single travelers.  Weather permitting, barbeques are sometimes enjoyed on shore.

 

Pre and Post Tours:

Let Constellation put together beautiful Pre and Post tours for you.  How about a lovely visit to Edinburgh and to Dumfries House, newly restored  by the Prince of Wales?  There is a superb documentary on Public Broadcasting, Great Estates Scotland,  that will give you more information about spectacular Dumfries House.
Dumfries House, Scotland

Dumfries House, Scotland

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Dumfries House, Scotland recently restored by the Prince of Wales

Cozy bar, Hebridean Princess

Cozy bar, Hebridean Princess

 

 

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