Tuesday 14th to Tuesday 21st May 2024

Remote and untouched, boasting awe-inspiring scenery, wildlife and history, the spectacular Hebrides are an island paradise off our own shores. Reach the unreachable and share some of Scotland’s best kept secrets in the impeccable style of Hebridean Princess, cruising the region she knows best.

Tuesday 14th May

Steaming out of Oban once embarkation was complete, we rounded Ardnamurchan and anchored overnight off the Isle of Eigg.

Wednesday 15th May

The Isle of Canna was our first port of call where guests enjoyed morning walks ashore and refreshments at Café Canna.

In the afternoon, we anchored in Loch Scavaig, Isle of Skye for walks at Loch Coruisk, beneath the jagged Black Cuillin.

We anchored overnight in Loch Bracadale.

Thursday 16th May

Another lovely day, dolphins and minke whales where spotted on the way to Dunvegan where guests visited Dunvegan Castle and Gardens and took the seal boat ride to view the resident seal colony.

During lunch we sailed to the Shiant Isles where conditions were perfect for a beach landing and time to enjoy the bird life!

We remained at anchor overnight in the Shiant Isles.

Friday 17th May

This morning we arrived and berthed alongside in Tarbert, Isle of Harris, for walks ashore and visits to the Isle of Harris Distillery.

We spent the afternoon cruising The Minch on passage towards our overnight anchorage in Loch Ewe.

Saturday 18th May

This morning guests were welcomed at Inverewe Gardens by Neil the piper and enjoyed exploring the world famous gardens created by Osgood Mackenzie.

Over lunch, we sailed north to Ullapool for our afternoon visit to Corrieshalloch Gorge, an impressive box canyon and giant waterfall which cascades through a wilderness rich in flora and fauna.

We remained alongside Ullapool in overnight.

Sunday 19th May

Morning walks ashore on Isle Martin allowed guests to explore this remote Summer Isle.

We spent the afternoon cruising the Sound of Raasay, under the Skye Bridge and through the narrows of Kyle Rhea, on passage towards our overnight anchorage off Armadale.

Monday 20th May

Ashore on the Isle of Skye, guests visited Armadale Castle and the Museum of the Isles which tells the story of the Clan MacDonald, former Lords of the Isles.

Our final port of call was the Isle of Muck for afternoon walks on the island.

The farewell gala dinner was held at anchor in Oban Bay.

Tuesday 21st May

After an early morning sail into Oban, guests disembarked after breakfast and were waved farewell by the Captain and crew.