Friday, 1 August 2014

Hebridean Island Cruises launches 14 brand new itineraries for 2015

Golfing, indulging and exploring in style - look ahead to 2015 as Hebridean Island Cruises introduces 14 exciting new itineraries. With a number of themed cruises, two itineraries navigating the River Thames and docking at Tower Bridge, along with a trip to the southern coast of England and the beaches of Normandy, Hebridean Princess will offer her 50 like-minded guests a one of a kind experience in 2015.

With a 10% early booking saving available on all new reservations made before 8 August 2014, now is the perfect time to secure a privileged seat aboard one of Hebridean Princess’s classic, country-house style cruises.

For the first time since 2011, Hebridean Princess will stop in Dublin on her Grand Celtic Voyage. As she leaves Oban for the South coast, the ship sails through the North Channel to Stranraer where guests will visit the Logan Botanic Garden, regional garden of Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Garden. The itinerary also includes crossing the Irish Sea to Bangor to visit Mount Stewart House, continuing down the east coast of Ireland to cruise along the River Liffey to the City of Dublin, the Isles of Scilly and Cornwall’s great gardens. The guest speaker on this cruise is Mark Horton, distinguished British maritime and historical archaeologist, television presenter and writer. Departing 14 July 2015 from Oban, prices for this 9 night cruise start from £5,370 per person.

Links, Lochs and Sounds is a unique new cruise from Hebridean Island Cruises and offers both experienced golfing pros and nervous putters alike a special golfing experience on some of the finest and most remote golf courses in the UK. Courses include the ‘Old Tom Morris’ designed course in Askernish, Isle of Skye Golf Club and Stornoway Golf Club. Picturesque and remote, these courses offer the perfect accompaniment to Hebridean Princess’ regular programme of excursions and feature some exciting hidden gems. Departing 8 September 2015 from Oban, prices for this 7 night cruise start from £3,910 per person.

Setting sail from the heart of London, Jewels of the English Channel is a brand new itinerary that takes guests on an exploration of both sides of the English Channel stopping off at the fascinating Channel Islands on route. Highlights include a horse drawn tour of Sark, Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours in Dieppe, along with a ride on the Channel Island’s only working railway on Alderney – not forgetting a scenic cruise along the Thames as Hebridean Princess makes her way to Dover. Departing 18 August 2015 from London, prices for this 8 night cruise start from £5,410 per person.

Perfect for those new to cruise or open to dipping their toes into the waters of small ship cruising, the Hebridean Sampler is a four night cruise taking in Jura, Islay, Colonsay, Iona and Mull, and the perfect sample of life on-board the ship. Departing from Oban on 4 September 2015, prices start from £2,260 per person.

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. 

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