Friday, 2 March 2012

The Majestic Line Announces Four New Exclusive Cruises For 2012

The specialist Scottish cruise company, The Majestic Line, has launched four one-off cruises for the 2012 season, to tie in with highlights of Argyll and provide an exclusive experience for guests. The Majestic Line is one of the world's smallest sea cruising companies sailing the Argyll Coastline on the West Coast of Scotland, with 11 guests on board each of their two vessels. The new one-date-only 6-night cruises take in unique happenings such as Highland Games and Food Festivals as well as exploring the Heritage Icons of the area:

Taste of Arran and Argyll 6-night cruise visits the Tarbert Seafood Festival in Loch Fyne departing July 7th
Taste of Argyll Speciality Food 6-night cruise visits the eatBute Food Festival at Mount Stuart on the Isle of Bute, departing September 8th
Cowal Games, Arran and the Kyles of Bute 6-night cruise visiting the world famous Cowal Gathering in Dunoon departing August 24th
Hidden Heritage of Argyll 6-night cruise departing August 11th to island hop to the superb historic icons of Argyll

Marie Thoms, Sales Manager of The Majestic Line explains "We are providing bespoke itineraries to take in the iconic events and heritage of Argyll and the Isles. Our cruises give our guests a unique perspective to this wonderful part of the West Coast of Scotland. Argyll has 3,000 miles of spectacular coastline, dotted with an amazing selection of fascinating stopovers and the best way to visit is from the sea. Taking guests ashore to meet food and drink producers and take part in the local heritage and culture provides a unique experience and further insight into the splendours of Argyll."

www.themajesticline.co.uk or 0131 623 5012.

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