Voyage Summary

Discover the treasures of the Celtic Sea and Jurassic Coast aboard the regal Hebridean Princess on this all-inclusive 10-day tour. Sailing south from the Scottish port of Oban, you’ll journey along the Irish Sea while taking in notable highlights such as Bangor and Dublin. You’ll also visit Tresco in the pretty Scilly Islands before exploring the UK’s southern coastline as the ship cruises eastbound for Portland. Throughout this all-inclusive cruise, you’ll have the opportunity to partake in selected excursions and enjoy talks from the ship’s guest speaker, Sandy Primrose, one of the world’s leading biologists.

July 2022
10 days
Hebridean Princess
6,999 pp

Expedition Highlights:

  • Discover the magical islands of Scilly, including Tresco Abbey Gardens
  • Enjoy comprehensive tours of Dublin and Plymouth
  • In Fowey, visit Lanhydrock, a grand Victorian-era country house
  • Talks and discussions led by microbiologist Sandy Primrose
  • Visit the historical Britannia Naval College at Dartmouth


Your Itinerary:

  • Day 1: Oban - Embarkation
  • Day 2: Port Ellen, Islay - Lagavulin Distillery
  • Day 3: Bangor - Mount Stewart House / Portaferry, Strangford Lough
  • Day 4: Peel, Isle of Man - Peel Castle and House of Manannan
  • Day 5: Dublin - City tour including Dublin Castle
  • Day 6: Rosslare - Johnstown Castle
  • Day 7: St Mary's, Isles of Scilly - Island tour
  • Day 8: Fowey - Lanhydrock House. Plymouth
  • Day 9: Dartmouth - Greenway House and Royal Naval College
  • Day 10: Portland - Disembarkation

Included in this trip:

  • 2 Gala Dinners
  • All meals and beverages
  • Complimentary use of the ship’s bicycles and fishing equipment
  • All gratuities
  • All port/passenger taxes

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£6,999 pp

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