Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Book now for fantastic deals on spring cruises with Hebridean Island Cruises

Book now for fantastic deals on spring cruises with Hebridean Island Cruises



Look ahead to spring and book your place on a 2014 cruise with Hebridean Island Cruises. As the smallest luxury cruise ship afloat, Hebridean Princess effortlessly accesses even the remotest of islands and spring is the perfect time to take in the beauty of the Scottish scenery. With great offers on three itineraries for 2014, book now to take advantage of fantastic deals on these all-inclusive cruises. 
Treasures of the Clyde 6 night cruise, departing 5 March 2014. Prices start from £2,040 per person for an outside cabin
Enjoy the contrasts of the new season from the comfort and luxury of the Hebridean Princess with this new itinerary that takes in the diverse landscapes of the Scottish Islands, from grand castles to remote island retreats. Following a picturesque journey along Loch Fyne, Scotland’s longest sea loch, enjoy a tour of the private apartments of Inveraray Castle which is home to the Duke of Argyll. Other highlights include a visit to the Arran Distillery at Lochranza, home of award-winning whiskey, and an opportunity to take in the rich spiritual history of the Holy Isle.
Footloose to the Lochs and Isles seven night cruise, departing 18 March 2014. Prices start from £3,430 per person for an inside cabin
Dust off those walking boots for the first Footloose walking cruise of the season with this new itinerary that introduces new walking routes alongside old favourites. Enjoy a scenic walk on Kingairloch Estate before cruising the Sound of Mull and Loch Sunart for a full day walk from Glenmore Bay. This itinerary also takes in Loch Coruisk, one of the most beautiful locations on the western seaboard; the Old Forge Pub, which is the most remote pub in Mainland Britain and the island of Raasay, a new port of call for the Footloose programme. For those feeling less energetic, there are plenty of options for shorter walks or gentle strolls through picturesque towns and stunning scenery.
Jewels of the Western Seaboard seven night cruise, departing 25 March 2014. Prices start from £2,260 per person for an inside cabin
Take in picture postcard villages, breathtaking lochs and wild glens with this journey of discovery around the western coast and Inner Hebrides. Highlights of this itinerary include an opportunity to see the stunning valley of Glen Coe; the unusual rock formations in the Trotternish peninsula and the chance to explore the nature reserve and museum on the island of Eileen Ban. Wildlife enthusiasts can also enjoy the abundance of animal life on the isle of Muck, which is a peaceful haven for puffin, kittiwake, fulmar, sea-eagles and porpoises.  

All Hebridean Island Cruises include all meals on board, all drinks (excluding premium brands), shore visits and entrance fees, use of the ships bicycles, speed boat rides and fishing trips, gratuities and port taxes and single trip travel insurance*.  Transfers from Glasgow or car parking at the port are also included.
* Terms and conditions may apply

For further information, visit www.hebridean.co.uk or call (01756) 704 700

Have you subscribed to World of Cruising magazine yet? We have a fabulous offer for all new subscribers this year - 50 per cent OFF the regular rate AND the chance to win a cruise in our free prize draw offer. See this link!

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