Tuesday 26th September to Tuesday 3rd October 2024
Join Hebridean Princess as she ventures across the Sea of the Hebrides, to wonder at the magical Outer Hebrides. Discover a different pace of life as we explore untouched coasts and countryside, fascinating history and unique island cultures.
Tuesday 26th September
When embarkation was complete, we set sail through the Sound of Mull on passage to our overnight anchorage in Bloody Bay.
Wednesday 27th September
After a morning spent cruising the Small Isles and the West Coast of Skye, we sailed into Loch Dunvegan, Isle of Skye, for our afternoon visit to Dunvegan Castle and Gardens, the ancestral seat of the Clan MacLeod for over 800 years.
In the late afternoon we sailed across The Minch to our overnight berth in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis.
Thursday 28th September
This morning a coach was available to take guests to visit The Blackhouse of Arnol and the Butt of Lewis.
In the afternoon guests discovered local history and heritage at the Lews Castle Museum or explored Stornoway independently.
We remained alongside in Stornoway overnight.
Friday 29th September
Our morning tour included the ancient landmarks of the Callanish Standing Stones and Dun Carloway Broch.
We spent the afternoon cruising the coast of Harris on passage towards our overnight anchorage off Harris.
Saturday 30th September
Our morning tour of Harris included a traditional tweed weaving demonstration and walks on Horgabost beach.
After cruising over the Minch towards Loch Torridon, guests enjoyed late afternoon walks at Shieldaig where we anchored overnight.
Sunday 1st October
Guests enjoyed a relaxing morning cruising Loch Torridon, the Sound of Raasay and under the Skye Bridge to Kyle of Lochalsh to visit Scotland’s most iconic castle, Eilean Donan.
After departure from Kyle of Lochalsh we cruised through the Kyle Rhea narrows on passage towards our overnight anchorage in Bloody Bay, Isle of Mull.
Monday 2nd October
Today was spent exploring Mull. A morning visit to the colourful capital of Tobermory allowed free time for walks and shopping.
During lunch we sailed to Craignure for our final visit to Duart Castle, stronghold of the Clan Maclean.
The Farewell Gala Dinner was held at anchor off Charlotte Bay, Isle of Kerrera.
Tuesday 3rd October
The Captain, Officer and crew waved farewell to the guests as they disembarked in Oban after breakfast. We wish them a safe onward journey.