Wednesday 15th to Sunday 19th November 2023
Join Hebridean Princess on her final voyage of the season and explore some hidden gems of the Firth of Clyde. Explore west coast highlights including scenic Tighnabruaich and tranquil Holy Loch.
Wednesday 15th November
For the final time this year, guests were piped on board in Greenock and we set sail for our overnight anchorage off Rothesay, Isle of Bute.
Thursday 16th November
After sailing through the narrow Kyles of Bute, guests went ashore at the at the pretty village of Tighnabruaich for morning walks in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
During lunch we cruised around to Tarbert, Loch Fyne, for an afternoon visit to this picturesque harbour and to explore the ruined Tarbert Castle, once a stronghold of Robert the Bruce.
We anchored in Lower Loch Fyne overnight.
Friday 17th November
Steaming to Crarae Point over breakfast, guests were tendered ashore for a guided tour of the iconic Inveraray Castle and the private apartments of the Duke of Argyll and his family.
Guests spent the afternoon relaxing on board as we cruised Lower Loch Fyne and the Firth of Clyde on passage towards our overnight anchorage in Largs Bay.
Saturday 18th November
This morning we berthed alongside Largs and guests took the ferry over to Millport, Great Cumbrae, where a coach transported them to visit Cathedral of the Isles for a tour.
Our afternoon port of call was Holy Loch marina for our final foray ashore to visit Historic Kilmun and Argyll Mausoleum which has been the final resting place of Clan Campbell chiefs since the 15th century.
Our final Farewell Gala Dinner of the season was held at anchor tonight in Greenock.
Sunday 19th November
Guests were waved farewell by Captain Heaton, his officers and crew as they disembarked at the Ocean Terminal in Greenock after breakfast. We look forward to welcoming all our guests back on board next year.