Tuesday 8th to Saturday 12th November 2022

The fresher days of autumn are perfect for a short break, cruise shimmering lochs backed by tree-clad hills to taste the magic and romance of the Clyde. Sample the reassuring warmth and legendary hospitality of the luxurious Hebridean Princess on this tantalising four night cruise through magnificent scenery to discover hidden Scottish gems.

Tuesday 8th November

Once embarkation had been completed at Greenock Ocen Terminal, we set sail for our overnight anchorage in Rothesay Bay.

Wednesday 9th November

This morning guests stepped ashore at Tighnabruaich at the heart of Argyll’s Secret Coast on the shores of the Kyles of Bute. The charming village has a bustling main street and guests explored on foot this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

In the afternoon we visited Holy Isle where guests enjoyed walks on the island which has a spiritual history dating back to the 6th century.

We berthed alongside in Brodick, Arran overnight.

Thursday 10th November

Known as ‘Scotland in miniature’ Arran played host to our morning tour of the north of the island with a local guide.

In the afternoon guests visited the Arran Brewery where they also enjoyed a tasting, plus strolls around the grounds of Brodick Castle, Britian’s only island country park.

We remained alongside in Brodick, Arran overnight.

Friday 11th November

This morning we sailed the Firth of Clyde and into Holy Loch for afternoon walks at Kilmun Church and the Argyll Mausoleum.

The Farewell Gala Dinner was held at anchor in Holy Loch where we remained overnight.

Saturday 12th November

Guests disembarked in Greenock and we wish them a safe journey home.