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Hebridean Princess
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Hebredian Princess Luxury Stateroom
 
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Hebridean Princess

Luxury Cruises with Hebridean Island Cruises

The 50-passenger Hebridean Princess is essentially a comfortable, seagoing version of a country house hotel. The cabins are more like hotel bedrooms, with luxurious fabrics and fittings, polished wood and generous, marble-lined bathrooms with full-sized bath. Each one is individually designed and all have names rather than impersonal numbers.

The focal point of daily life is the forward-facing Tiree Lounge, a convivial setting for drinks at the bar (included in the cruise price), chatting, talks from the expert local guides who travel with each cruise and the occasional impromptu poetry recital or guitar singalong (one of the guides, Ted, is a great raconteur and entertainer).

Meals are taken in the Columba Restaurant and are always an occasion. All the food is fresh and locally sourced, from Argyll lamb to Aberdeen lemon sole, and the chefs are remarkably flexible; a vegetarian haggis has even been produced on the Captain's gala night for non-meat-eaters. The best table in the dining room is a large, jolly table for solo travellers, who dine with an officer every night; this really is one of the best cruise lines for singles and a couple of the cabins are reserved for single use, too, and priced accordingly.

Hebridean Princess only sails short distances, spending most days in port, when everybody goes ashore on the included excursions. These often feature a surprise, like a gourmet picnic or a barbecue, and individual activities like fishing or cycling on the ship's bikes can be arranged. There's a basket of chocolate bars and whisky miniatures at reception, so nobody goes short of snacks on tour - and it's not unusual, on one of the 'Footloose' walking cruises, to come back and find a row of muddy walking boots lined up, testament to the fact that Hebridean'sloyal guests really do treat this ship like a second home.

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