Hebridean Island all-inclusive cruises offer the ultimate luxury and care free cruising experience. Each cruise is carefully planned and researched by our highly experienced staff, with a brief to capture the cultural nature and historical heritage of each destination. The Hebridean Princess, who carries just 50 guests, has an enviable reputation for top quality service, fine dining and great wines. Hebridean is the ideal cruise line for discovering Europe’s treasures, beautiful landscapes, historic castles and spectacular lochs.
Hebridean Cruises are perfect for anyone who adores the British Isles, and prove extremely popular for romantic holidays, historical and geographical cruise adventures and people looking for pure relaxation. Cruises, from 4 to 10 nights, depart mainly from Oban, sailing the waters of the Western Isles and beyond to far-flung St Kilda, the Orkney and Shetland Isles. The Hebridean Princess visits many exciting destinations throughout Scotland, Ireland, Wales, England, France, and the Channel and Scilly Isles.
A privately escorted tour with Hebridean will make your cruise holiday a truly unforgettable experience. Visit historic castles, spectacular gardens and stately homes or go off the beaten track to explore the wildly beautiful scenery of the Scottish Highlands and the Norwegian Fjords. A tour guide, helping improve your knowledge on subjects including natural history, archaeology, and the wildlife of Scotland, accompanies you on all tours. Look forward to a nip of whiskey and a fine and hearty meal once you’re back on board.
When travelling with Hebridean Island Cruises you’ll find a team of talented chefs, who make use of the freshest ingredients Scotland has to offer. The elegant Columba Restaurant is perfect for formal dining, and the large windows ensure you will not miss the splendid scenery whilst dining. The serving of Hebridean's very fine Haggis is a fondly anticipated ceremony.
The Hebredian Princess offers five star luxury cruising and the highest standards of cruise ship accommodation, together with a level of service from an almost forgotten era.