Highland and Island Gems
This cruise explores the sheltered waters of some of the scenic Sounds ...

Highland and Island Gems

Oban to Oban

Saturday 12th October to Saturday 19th October 2024

From £4,070 per person

7 nights including
2 Gala Dinners

This cruise explores the sheltered waters of some of the scenic Sounds which lie between the mainland and the isles of Mull and Skye. Join
Lord of the Highlands on this wonderful seven night itinerary, a delightful way to experience the freshness of autumn in Scotland.

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See our itinerary below...

Below you can explore the itinerary for this cruise. Click on the arrows to see more information on each days itinerary. Simply click the ‘Book this Cruise’ button to get booking and embark on an exciting journey with us…

Saturday 12th October

Oban - Embarkation.

Sunday 13th October

Oban – Walking tour and McCaig’s Tower. Tobermory, Mull – Free time.

Discover Oban on a walking tour which takes in the panoramic vistas from McCaig’s Tower at the top of Battery Hill, ahead of our first island port of call, Mull, where you can wander at will through the colour-washed shops around the harbour of Tobermory.

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Monday 14th October

Cruise the Sound of Sleat and Kyle Rhea to Kyle of Lochalsh. Kyle of Lochalsh – Eilean Donan Castle.

A scenic steam through the Sound of Sleat and Kyle Rhea brings us to the Kyle of Lochalsh where Eilean Donan awaits. This iconic castle was built on an island where three sea lochs meet.

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Tuesday 15th October

Cruise north to Gairloch. Gairloch - Inverewe Garden.

At the sub-tropical oasis of Inverewe Garden, wander through this plantsman’s paradise, created in 1862 by Osgood Mackenzie, on the 850-hectare estate bought for him by his mother.

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Wednesday 16th October

Cruise under the Skye Bridge and throudh the Narrows. Armadale, Skye – Armadale Castle & Museum of the Isles.

At Armadale on Skye, view the romantic ruins of the seat of Clan Donald and immerse yourself in their epic story at the Museum of the Isles.

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Thursday 17th October

Cruise the Sound of Mull to Craignure. Craignure, Mull – Duart Castle.

Breakfast to a backdrop of breathtaking scenery as we cruise the Sound of Mull to Craignure, where the dramatic setting of Duart Castle has been home to Clan Maclean chiefs for over 700 years.

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Friday 18th October

Craignure, Mull – Visit to Iona.

Ashore on the sacred isle of Iona, take time to reflect on the influence of the religious colonists who landed here and established a seat of Christianity in 563.

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Saturday 19th October

Oban - Disembarkation.

Our decks and Cabins

Below you can see our decks and what cabins are on each of them. If you click the arrow you can see further information on each cabin and what it has to offer. So get exploring and get booking. We look forward to you joining us on board for an experience of a lifetime…

Lord of the Highlands Cabins

Category One Deluxe Cabins

John Buchan Deck and Richard Hannay Deck

Category One Deluxe Cabins

The 15 deluxe cabins are located on the Richard Hannay and John Buchan Decks. All feature twin beds and large picture windows.

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Category Two Balcony Cabins

John Buchan Deck

Category Two Balcony Cabins

The 4 balcony cabins are located on the John Buchan Deck and feature twin beds. The balconies afford privacy and are fitted with teak furniture for you to enjoy the magnificent scenery.

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Category Three Suite

John Buchan

Category Three Suite

The spacious suite is located at the forward end of the John Buchan Deck and features large picture windows both port and starboard affording delightful views. The sitting area is furnished with a comfortable sofa, coffee table and mini bar.

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