Hebridean Cruise is for those who enjoy learning about natural sciences, geography, history, gardening, art and architecture all in surroundings of a small intimate ship. Hebridean Island Cruises has two ships the MS Royal crown that has recently started 2 itineraries in the popular rivers the Rhine and the Danube, and the Hebridean Princess. Both of which up hold a traditional warm scottish country house ambience and a stately home service which is at hand exactly when it’s needed.
A Hebridean Cruise is for those who enjoy learning about natural sciences, geography, history, gardening, art and architecture all in surroundings of a small intimate ship.
The MS Royal Crown has been selected for river cruises due to her intimate size, carrying just 79 passengers you will feel like as if you’re sailing with friends on a small private yacht. With mahogany panelling and Art Deco style, she echoes Hebridean’s style of luxury cruising with an uncompromising level of service and standard of cuisine.
Royal Crown offers the highest degree of comfort with a luxurious lounge, a fine dining restaurant, library, sundeck with bar, personal concierge and a choice of suites including Royal Suites, Premium Suites and Deluxe Suites.
With Hebridean River Cruises everything is included - alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, shore tours, taxes and gratuities, a guest speaker programme and return travel to and from the UK.
The Rhine is one of the most famous European rivers, flowing from Lake Constance in Switzerland to the North Sea at The Netherlands. Relax in comfort of Hebridean;s Royal Crown as you cruise past famous cities, vineyards and valleys of Europe visiting UNESCO World Heritage site of the Rhine Gorge where fairy-tale castle and magnificent cathedrals still exist.
The sheer magnificence of the Danube makes it one of the continents major geographical features. On your river cruise you will explore the great cities of Central Europe as we sail from the German town of Passau through Austria, Hungary and Slovakia taking in Melk, Budapest, Bratislava and Vienna.
By: Wolffe, London on 15th Mar 2015
I am desperately trying to think of one little detail which wasn’t perfect but I am hard pushed to tell you that there was anything that wasn’t perfect.
By: Eaton, St Neots on 7th Mar 2014
It is hardly surprising the Queen has cruised on the Hebridean Princess. And if this is a Princess fit for a Queen, it will reach the standards of the most discerning customer.
Hebridean Princess has an enviable reputation. She has thirty spacious, elegant and well-appointed cabins.
Built in the style of a glamorous, 1930's yacht, the 360ft (110 metre) Royal Crown carries just 90 passengers.
As Hebridean Cruises are all-inclusive they include all meals and snacks on board, wines, spirits, beers, soft drinks, tea and coffee, all shore visits, use of ship’s bicycles, gym equipment, fishing tackle, port and passenger taxes, gratuities and for the Hebridean River Cruises programme return air or rail travel.
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