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Hebridean Princess ventures twice outside Scottish waters in 2016; more themed cruises

Hebridean Princess ventures twice outside Scottish waters in 2016; more themed cruises

Hebridean Island Cruises is offering special rates to previous customers in a preview of Hebridean Princess's 2016 programme ahead of the main cruise directory being published in May.

As well as a return to Orkney and Shetland during the summer, 2016 will see its first ever visits to Lunga on the Treshnish Isles, Stroma Island in the Pentland Firth and Strachur House, home of Sir Charles and Lady McLean.

Twice venturing out of Scottish waters Hebridean Princess sails an extended exploration of the Isle of Man in June, a cruise which features several maiden ports of call and excursions; in addition there is a voyage to Northern Ireland.
 
Its ‘Footloose’ walking programme has been a featured for many years and its success has inspired the luxury brand to introduce other themed itineraries including whisky, gardens, nature and wildlife, heritage, classical music and historical, as well as architectural interest. The food and drink, Flavours of Scotland cruise visits three Michelen starred restaurants.

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