Saturday 12th to Wednesday 16th November 2022

Join the house party atmosphere as Hebridean Princess sets sail on her final cruise of the season, discover some hidden gems of the Lower Clyde. Visit the timeless Crarae Garden, an island distillery and an architectural gem.

Saturday 12th November

Our final guests of the season were piped aboard at Ocean Cruise Terminal before we departed the berth and anchored off Greenock overnight.

Sunday 13th November

This morning we sailed to Rhu Marina where a coach transported guests to the unique Hill House, Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s masterpiece.

During lunch we cruised to Holy Loch where guests were tendered ashore for the afternoon visit to Historic Kilmun and Argyll Mausoleum, where Clan Campbell chiefs have been buried since the 15th century.

We anchored in upper Loch Fyne overnight.

Monday 14th November

Our morning tour allowed guests to explore the paradise Crarae Garden, Britain’s finest example of a Himalayan-style garden with its gorge, rippling burn, waterfall and cliffs.

We spent the afternoon cruising Loch Fyne to Brodick, Isle of Arran where we berthed overnight.

Tuesday 15th November

Going ashore on Arran, our final visit was a tour of the Lagg Distillery, where guests could taste a wee dram of this island malt.

Guests spent the final afternoon relaxing on board as we sailed the Firth of Clyde to our overnight anchorage off Greenock where the Farewell Gala Dinner was held.

Wednesday 16th November

After breakfast, the Captain and crew waved our guests a fond farewell as they disembarked at the Ocean Terminal before we were towed to James Watt dock for the start of the winter refit.