Hebridean Island Cruises, operators of the world’s smallest luxury cruise ship, Hebridean Princess, will be exhibiting at the prestigious Coronation Festival at Buckingham Palace this summer.
Experience the excitement of the unknown and join Hebridean Island Cruises for a mystery cruise this autumn.
Cruise the Rhine this summer by taking advantage of Hebridean Island Cruises’ dedicated River Cruises programme – new for 2012. Harking back to the golden age of cruising, with an opulent feel of 1930’s Europe, Royal Crown offers elegant surroundings, together with the same personal service they would expect when sailing on Hebridean Princess.
In its 25th Anniversary year of cruises on the Hebridean Princess, Hebridean Island Cruises will be the first UK cruise company to provide their guests with the opportunity to make a significant contribution towards marine conservation.
Hebridean Island Cruises, operator of the renowned small cruise ship, Hebridean Princess, will be on hand to showcase their 2012 itineraries and talk about the launch of their new dedicated river cruises programme on the Rhine and Danube rivers at The Daily Telegraph Cruise Show, being held at the Glasgow SECC, from 22 to 23 October 2011.
Roger Allard, executive chairman, All Leisure Holidays has outlined a multi-million pound investment programme designed to develop the three discovery cruising brands - Swan Hellenic, Voyages of Discovery and Hebridean Island Cruises.
Hebridean Island Cruises introduced its new 2012 cruise brochure featuring 20 new itineraries aboard its Five-Star, ultra-luxurious, and all-inclusive Hebridean Princess to majestic and idyllic ports in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and Ireland.
Highly acclaimed, Taste of London 2011 will be coming to the capital this summer, showcasing the finest food and drink the country has to offer.
Setting the benchmark for luxury cruising, Hebridean Island Cruises has just launched a brand new itinerary for 2010 – A Gastronomic Tour of Skye.
The Hebridean Princess has been put up for sale after its parent company, Hebridean International Cruises, fell into administration.The luxury cruise liner tours the Scottish highlands and islands, and was chartered by the Queen for a private family voyage on her 80th birthday.
Hebridean International Cruises is withdrawing from international operations and selling the largest of its two fleet, resulting in a number of job losses both at sea and at its North Yorkshire headquarters.The 98 berth Hebridean Spirit is being withdrawn ahead of the Summer 2009 season as the downturn takes its toll.