By appointment to HM The Queen
Hebridean Princess was chartered by Queen Elizabeth II on two separate occasions for a family holiday around the Scottish Islands. The first time to mark her 80th birthday in July 2006, and the second time for two weeks in July 2010.
Belmond Royal Scotsman Partnership
Hebridean Princess and Belmond Royal Scotsman train have teamed up to offer the ultimate luxury tour of Scotland. A journey on Belmond Royal Scotsman takes you straight to the heart of the Scottish Highlands. The train’s interior is designed as a luxurious home from home and just 36 guests travel through Scotland’s finest countryside in private cabins decorated in country style. There are glorious views from every window, but to get really close to the scenery and feel the bracing air, head to the open deck observation carriage at the rear.
Why Cruise with Hebridean Island Cruises
Hebridean Princess cruises are all-inclusive. Not an empty promise, but a Hebridean promise to ensure that you have a carefree holiday both on board and ashore. Each cruise includes
- Meals and drinks
- Guides and guest speakers
- Shore visits
- Transfers and car parking
- Extra activities
- Port taxes
Fine Food & Wine
Fine dining is a vital part of the perfect cruising experience. On Hebridean Princess, staff take special pride in the quality of their cuisine, prepared by expert chefs from locally sourced produce. Their wines, including the Premium Wine Library range, are carefully selected to complement their varied menus, adding that extra ‘je ne sais quoi‘.
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