Thursday, 5 July 2012

Discover the hidden gems of the Celtic Fringe this summer

Join Hebridean Island Cruises’ ( / 01756 704 704) small luxury cruise ship, Hebridean Princess, for a 10-night Footloose through the Celtic Fringe cruise from
£3,995 per person (based on two people sharing an outside cabin).
Ideal for seasoned walkers and non walkers, Footloose through the Celtic Fringe allows walkers to venture off the beaten track and discover some of the breath-taking scenery of Northern Ireland, Scotland and the Hebridean Islands, escorted by experienced walking guides.
Non walkers can enjoy unrivalled shore excursions including a visit to the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum where guests can views some of his original work as well as a trip to Skerryvore Lighthouse Museum to see the tallest lighthouse on record in the UK. Guests can also get up close and personal with ‘Ailsa Craig’, an extinct volcanic plug, quarried for its blue hone granite, and a spectacular sanctuary to gannets, puffin and other seabirds.
The Footloose through the Celtic Fringe cruise departs from Greenock (Scotland) and calls at the Isle of Bute, Isle of Arran, Troon, Stranraer, Campbeltown, Tarbert, Ballycastle (Northern Ireland), Isle of Jura, Isle of Iona and the Island of Tiree before arriving into Oban (Scotland). Price is based on a 25 August 2012 departure.
Prices include all meals, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, shore excursions, gratuities, the services of 3 on-board guides, domestic flights/ train travel or car parking, transfers to and from the ship and all relevant cruise taxes/fees and charges.

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