The Majestic Line have introduced a new 3-night “Taste of Autumn in Argyll” cruise due to popular demand as their two 6-night cruises both have sold out for October. This can be a fabulous month to cruise in and especially this cruise as anchorages are chosen for their autumn colours and the best opportunities for spotting wildlife such as red squirrels and deer. Guests will also have the pleasure of sampling seasonal local produce such as venison from the hills, free range pork and beef and shellfish caught locally.
The other new cruise this season that the company have introduced is a new "Inlets and Islands of Wild Argyll" 6-night cruise with an itinerary chosen for its beauty, tranquility, natural environment and wildlife. There is such a wide selection of stopovers that each cruise itinerary will be unique, depending on guests’ preferences and the local weather and tide conditions. The options include many picturesque sea lochs and the Islands of Bute, Arran and Cumbrae with interesting shore walks on offer each day. Kintyre and Ailsa Craig are also within reach but more weather dependent. “Inlets and Islands of Wild Argyll” departs from Holy Loch once a month from April to September 2012 and is proving a popular choice with August and April already booked out.
Majestic are currently offering a 20% late availability discount for all remaining October cruises. We want people to treat themselves to a last minute opportunity for an idyllic escape and some pampering before winter sets in!