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Cruise the wild waterways of Scotland

There is a majesty to Scotland that is part history, part geography and part whisky (single malt in these parts, of course). And fresh caught river salmon, never forget the salmon. The Highlands and Islands are incredibly remote and sparsely populated for such a comparatively small country. They are also rugged, stunningly scenic and best seen from the sea. And Cruise Traveller has come up with just the ticket for you to explore them.

The small, luxury Scottish cruise vessel, Lord of the Highlands, operated by Hebridean Island Cruises, will take discerning guests on intimate, all-inclusive journeys through the wild and far-flung isles, lochs and canals of Scotland in 2024.  

And to help more Australian adventure seekers enjoy the boutique experience, Australian small ship cruising specialist, Cruise Traveller – the exclusive Australian agent for UK-based Hebridean Island Cruises – is offering exclusive savings of five per cent on a range of cruises throughout 2024 for bookings made by January 31, 2024.

Hebridean Island Cruises specialises in classic, all-inclusive, small-ship journeys that spotlight the rugged islands and quaint storybook hamlets of Scotland.

The line’s elegant, 38-guest vessel, Lord of the Highlands, launched in 2021, was crafted to transit the intricate waters of the Caledonian Canal as well as navigate the sheltered, castle-dotted waters around Scotland’s fretted and hauntingly beautiful coastline.

Between April and October, 2024, Lord of the Highlands will offer 23 cruises of between five and seven nights through Scotland’s Hebridean Islands in the west, the Orkneys in the north, and the east coast of Scotland.

The ship travels through the historic, 100km-long Caledonian Canal which connects Scotland’s east and west coasts and takes guests a fascinating passage through the Scottish Highlands via 29 lochs and four lakes including the famous, mysteriously deep waters of Loch Ness.          

All cruises are all-inclusive, embracing guided shore tours, gourmet cuisine, onboard beverages and gratuities. All cabins boast water views of Scotland’s ruggedly spectacular coastline.

Including an exclusive saving of five per cent, fares for Lord of the Highlands’s season of 2024 cruises start from £2764 British Pounds per person, twin-share. Mention ‘Reader Offer’ when booking through Cruise Traveller. Book by January 31, 2024.   Flights from Australia are additional.

Call Hebridean Island Cruises’ exclusive Australian agent, Cruise Traveller, on 1800 507 777 or visit CLICK HERE for a direct link to Lord of the Highlands’ 2024 cruises.

Michael G Browne
Michael G Browne
Michael G Browne is a crime author (Money Bags), comedy writer an inveterate traveller.

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