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Hebridean Princess

Hebridean Princess

launched 1964

tonnage 2,112

length 71 m

crew 38

capacity 50

Hebridean Princess is a beautiful and elegant ship. She has captured the hearts of thousands of guests for more than thirty years.

Unique experiences for a few people – never something ordinary for a crowd

  • Beautiful and remote destinations on your door step
  • Timeless elegance and a country house atmosphere
  • A maximum of 50 guests
  • A guest to crew ratio of almost 1 to 1
  • Genuinely fully-inclusive cruise fares
  • Fine dining with locally sourced produce
  • Dedicated allocation of single cabins
  • Knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • Themed itineraries including gardens, walking, food and drink

  • accommodation
  • deck plans
  • misc.

Isle of Arran Suite

The ship’s largest cabin, the Isle of Arran Suite, is located on the port side of the Princess Deck and, as all windows are on the ship’s side, privacy is assured. It comprises a large, separate day room, a spacious bedroom and a well-equipped bathroom with bath and separate walk-in shower. The bedroom contains a king-size bed, which can be re-arranged as twins, generous wardrobes, drawers, dressing table and a second television.

Isle of Berneray / Isle of Bute

The roomy Isle of Berneray and Isle of Bute are situated on the port and starboard sides, towards the after end of the Promenade Deck. The private balcony in these cabins ensure total privacy as they cannot be overlooked from the ship, and with teak tables and chairs, they are the perfect place to sit back, relax and take in the breathtaking landscapes. These cabins contain king-size beds, which can be re-arranged as twins. The bathrooms are generous in size with full-size baths and thermostatic showers.

Isle of Barra / Isle of Benbecula

The Isle of Barra and Isle of Benbecula are located on the port and starboard sides forward on the Princess Deck. The balconies, which afford total privacy as they cannot be overlooked from the ship, are fitted with teak tables and chairs for you to enjoy the magnificent scenery. The bathrooms are generous in size with full-size baths and thermostatic showers.

Isle of Coll / Isle of Colonsay

Located on the same deck as Reception and the Columba Restaurant, these roomy, forward-facing cabins, at the forward end of the Princess Deck, are fitted with three large picture windows offering excellent views ahead over the bow. The king-size beds can be rearranged as twins. A well deck, some 40 feet (12 m) in length, between the cabins and the forecastle, ensures privacy. Large bathrooms feature full-size baths with thermostatic showers.

Isle of Iona / Isle of Staffa

Situated on the port side of the Promenade Deck, towards the aft end of the ship, these two superb cabins are fitted with a comfortable king-size bed, convertible into twins. Large picture windows are perfect for watching the landscape unfold. The spacious bathrooms contain a full-size bath with a thermostatic shower.

Isle of Danna

A roomy cabin that is in great demand, the Isle of Danna is tucked into a quiet corner on the port side of the Princess Deck. It contains a king-size bed, which can be converted into twin beds, and two comfortable chairs from which to enjoy panoramic views through full-size picture windows. Charming private facilities include a thermostatic shower.

Duart Castle / Kinloch Castle / Torosay Castle

These elegant and roomy cabins on the Waterfront Deck are connected by a flight of stairs to the Princess Deck, offering easy access to the embarkation area on the same level for the small boats when going ashore. While Kinloch and Torosay Castle cabins are fitted with two opening portholes, Duart Castle also has a forward-facing porthole. All feature spacious bathrooms with full-size baths and thermostatic showers.

Ardvreck Castle / Lews Castle

These roomy, elegant cabins on the Waterfront Deck are connected by a flight of stairs to the Princess Deck, offering easy access to the embarkation area on the same level for the small boats when going ashore.

Both these cabins are fitted with two opening portholes and forward-facing portholes. They feature a spacious bathroom with a full-size bath and a separate walk-in shower.

Isle of Raasay

An excellent port-side double-bedded cabin in a quiet corner on the same level as the Tiree Lounge and the Library. This extremely comfortable cabin has open views from its window and is well-equipped with private facilities, including a thermostatic shower.

Isle of Muck

This popular, double-bedded cabin, located on the starboard side of the Princess Deck, has three full-size picture windows, which afford superb views and give the room a bright, airy feel. Private facilities include a thermostatic shower.

Loch Crinan / Loch Harport / Loch Torridon

These charming, interchangeable king-size or twin-bedded cabins on the port and starboard sides of the Hebridean Deck are generous in size. Although there are no windows or portholes, fresh air is circulated day and night by the ship’s forced-air ventilation system. Spacious private facilities include a thermostatic shower.

Isle of Canna / Isle of Eigg / Isle of Rum

This well-appointed cabin lies on the starboard side of the Princess Deck, enjoying good views from its windows. With a charming home-from-home feel for the single traveller, it is much in demand. The private facilities include a thermostatic shower.

Sound of Islay / Sound of Jura / Sound of Mull / Sound of Sleat

Situated on the starboard side of the Waterfront Deck, these are roomy single cabins, fitted with two opening portholes. The private facilities feature thermostatic showers. A single staircase links these rooms to the Princess Deck, with direct access by a flight of three steps to the embarkation area for the small boats when going ashore.

Loch Buie / Loch Scavaig

These charming, well-appointed cabins, located on the starboard side of the Hebridean Deck, offer spacious bathrooms and full-size baths with thermostatic showers. As they are not fitted with windows or portholes, fresh air is supplied by the ship’s forced air ventilation system.

Loch Scresort

This delightful cabin, located on the starboard side of the Hebridean Deck, is well-appointed. Fresh air is supplied by the ship’s forced-air ventilation system, as this cabin does not have windows or portholes. Loch Scresort has good-sized private facilities with a thermostatic shower.

Boat Deck

Promenade Deck

Princess Deck

Waterfront Deck

Hebridean Deck

Other Details

Adults Only: No kids

Childrens Facilities: None

Nursery: None

Smoking: Some

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Gratuities: Hebridean operates a strict ‘no tipping’ policy.

£0 Up to £10,000+

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