Perfect for keen walkers, Footloose in Ireland, allows guests to discover the island in the best way possible – by foot. Highlights include a visit to Skellig Michael – a remote UNESCO heritage site – and a trip to Cape Clear Island which boasts over 5,000 years of history.
The Footloose In Ireland cruise starts from £3,960 per person, departs from Oban (Scotland) and calls at Dublin, Dunmore East, Castletownbere, Bantry, Valentia Island, Schull, and Cobh (Ireland) and finishes in Cork (Ireland). Price is based on a 31 July 2012 departure.
Alternatively, the Gaelic Explorer cruise starts from £3960 per person and is ideal for history enthusiasts with excursions to Dublin Castle and the picturesque town of Kinsale which was the scene of the end of the Gaelic order.
Gaelic Explorer departs from Cork (Ireland) and calls at Kinsale and Dublin (Ireland), Peel (Isle of Man), Strangford Lough, Bangor and Ballycastle (Northern Ireland), Sanda Island, Lochranza and Bute (Scotland) finishing in Greenock (Scotland). Price is based on a 16 August 2012 departure.
Prices include return flights from regional UK airport, all meals, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, shore excursions and gratuities and all relevant cruise taxes/fees.
For more information and to book visit www.hebridean.co.uk or call 01756 704 704.