Tuesday 16th to Tuesday 23rd April 2024

Join Hebridean Princess as she ventures north to remote Wester Ross, visiting ancient castles, colourful gardens and rugged landscapes. Discover a different pace of life as we explore untouched coasts, fascinating history and ancient lands of contrasting cultures.

Tuesday 16th April

Once embarkation was complete .

Please be advised that we shall anchor overnight tonight in Bloody Bay off the Isle of Mull.

Wednesday 17th April

This morning we cruised around Ardnamurchan before arriving alongside in Armadale, Isle of Skye, where guests visited Armadale Castle and Gardens, and the Museum of the Isles.

During lunch we sailed to Kyle of Lochalsh for an afternoon tour of the iconic Eilean Donan Castle.

We remained alongside overnight in Kyle of Lochalsh.

Thursday 18th April

After breakfast, guests travelled to the hidden gem of Attadale Gardens where they received a warm welcome from owner Joanna MacPherson and enjoyed refreshments in her private home.

We spent the afternoon cruising the Inner Sound on passage towards our overnight berth in Gairloch.

Friday 19th April

The sun came out this morning for our visit to Inverewe Gardens, Osgood Mackenzie’s masterpiece.

There was also an option to visit the Old Inn at Gairloch where Creative Connections are based. These are a group of local artists and craftspeople where guests can ‘Meet the makers.’

Guests spent a relaxing afternoon on board sailing north on passage towards Lochinver where we berthed overnight.

Saturday 20th April

Our morning visit to Highland Stoneware Pottery allowed guests to watch artists and craftspeople at work or go for local walks in the area independently.

During lunch we sailed to Ullapool, for an afternoon visit to the spectacular Corrieshalloch Gorge where guests could cross the suspension bridge above the 200ft deep gorge.

We remained alongside overnight in Ullapool.

Sunday 21st April

A stunning Sunday morning sail south from Ullapool to Portree, through the Sound of Raasay allowed guests to spot 2 minke whales and 3 golden eagles.

From Portree, Skye, guests embarked on an afternoon tour of the Trotternish Peninsula, or they had the option to explore Portree independently.

We remained at anchor overnight off Portree, Isle of Skye.

Monday 22nd April

After a relaxing morning cruise under the Skye Bridge, along Kyle Rhea and the Sound of Sleat, our final foray ashore was on the Isle of Eigg for afternoon walks on the island with wonderful views.

The Farewell Gala Dinner was held at anchor in Charlotte Bay off the Isle of Kerrera where we remained overnight.

Tuesday 23rd April

Disembarking guests were waved a fond farewell by the Captain and crew. We hope they have enjoyed their cruise and we look forward to welcoming them back on board very soon.