PoB Hotels are offering one reader the chance to take a dream trip on The Hebridean Princess.
BPurpose-built for Scotland’s Western Isles, The Hebridean Princess is a small luxury cruise ship, launched by Hebridean Island Cruises in 1989. Sailing mainly from her home port of Oban, her small size means she has access to the remotest islands, lochs and bays beyond the reach of larger vessels, gliding serenely through the water.
The Hebridean Princess perfectly complements the wildly beautiful Scottish scenery. Carrying a maximum of 48 passengers, fellow guests soon become friends. Wild landscapes, Europe’s best beaches, wildlife in abundance and centuries of history await you on board. And below deck, expect all the comforts and luxuries of a boutique hotel.
Take your place on the viewing deck, the best seat in the house. The wind in your hair, a dram to hand. Sea birds wheeling and diving above. Eyes to the waves, there are seals, porpoises and dolphins here, whales too, if luck is with you.
On the horizon could be the colourful houses of Tobermory, the rugged coastlines of Coll, Iona, Colonsay or Rum, secluded sea lochs or the turrets of baronial castles. The sounds of the sea all around. pobhotels.com/hotel/hebridean-princess/
Four-night, all-inclusive cruise on the Clyde Coast Explorer excursion, staying in a Castle Cabin (king or twin beds) with full bathroom with bath and separate walk-in shower, for two people, commencing November 15, 2023, cruising from Greenock and returning to Greenock. hebridean.co.uk/cruise-calendar/hebridean-princess-cruises/clyde-coast-explorer-2/
HOW TO ENTER
Answer this question by September 29, 2023:
Where is the home port of The Hebridean Princess?
No alternative cruise to be offered – fixed cruise dates; 4 night cruise commencing 15th November 2023 from Greenock to Greenock
POB HOTELS & HEBRIDEAN ISLAND CRUISES TERMS AND CONDIITIONS: All meals are included. This includes both on board and ashore, and all snacks and picnics. Fresh fruit from baskets around the ship. Champagne, wines (excluding those from the Premium Wine Library range). Plus, beers, spirits, soft drinks, tea, coffee and other hot drinks.
Knowledgeable guides accompany all cruises, both on board and on the tours ashore. Footloose walking itineraries include three experienced guides. Also, selected cruises feature guest speakers.
The entrance fees to all castles, gardens and other places of interest on our cruises are included. As are transfers between the ship and each destination ashore, as shown in the itineraries.
Guests can make use of the ship’s bicycles to explore ashore. There is free use of the internet including wi-fi access.
Travel to and from the local airport or railway station to and from The Hebridean Princess is included. Also, secure car parking is provided at the port.
Hebridean cruises can be made even more enjoyable with fishing trips and speedboat rides. Hebridean Cruises staff will arrange extra activities by request at no extra charge.
All pier and harbour dues are included. Finally, Hebridean Cruises operates a strict ’no tipping’ policy.
Not included are: Travel to and from private coach transfer points. Wines and spirits from the Premium Wine Library range. Any private shore visits organised by request which are not part of the cruise itinerary. Personal telephone calls. Items purchased from The Hebridean Princess shop. Personal laundry.