When you think of cruises aboard Hebridean Princess, you are instantly taken to thoughts and mental images of some of Scotland’s most picturesque destinations, where every day is a new and exciting adventure, and you’d not be wrong for having those mental images, until now.

In a twist of itineraries, Hebridean Princess is coming south of the border for her summer season to avoid restrictions imposed by the Scottish Government.

The 50-passenger ship will leave the Western Isles behind her and instead head for England where she will offer several sailings from Portland, Liverpool and Cardiff – her first sailing departs from Liverpool on July 13th.

The move comes amid the rise in coronavirus cases in Scotland and the worry that the suggested tier 0 restrictions will not be lifted on July 19th.

Hebridean Island Cruises also noted that guests wanted to return to cruising with them sooner rather than later and as England has allowed vessels to sail since May 17th, this seems like the ideal way of Hebridean Princess getting back to cruising.

Hebridean Princess will make calls in Wales, the Isles of Scilly, Isle of Wight, England’s south coast, and Northern Ireland.


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