For the many devotees of this very special little cruise ship, exploring from the sea is the best way to experience the beauty of Scotland. The Highlands & Islands, lochs and remote mainland areas are all accessible from the comfort of the luxuriousHebridean Princess. Carrying just 50 guests, she has a reputation for exceptional service, fine food and wine and the warm welcome extended by the crew. She has 30 elegant and spacious cabins, 11 designed with the single traveller in mind.

During the course of 30 seasons, Hebridean has shared local knowledge with its guests, and introduced them to some of the loveliest places in the Highlands & Islands of Scotland, The Northern Isles, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland and Norway. Romantic castles; tranquil, spectacular lochs; wide open spaces and seldom-seen vistas. A selection of “Footloose” cruises cater for most walking abilities with a range of guided walks, and the promise of a nip of whisky and a hearty meal back on board.  Other themed itineraries include Classical Music and Art, Cycling, Food and Drink, Gardens and Wildlife.

Cruises of between four and ten nights depart mainly from Oban and Hebridean Princess always carries well informed local guides and on selected cruises a specially chosen Guest Speaker.

Need to Know


Boarding from 3:30pm


All guests must check and be off the ship by 10:00am on their departure date.

Hotel Facillities

In the country house party atmosphere of Hebridean Princess the emphasis is on no entertainment – with the occasional impromptu musical evening on the Skye Deck. A knowledgeable guide accompanies all our cruises. If you enjoy setting of independently to explore our surroundings, the ships’ bicycles are available for independent exploration ashore. Films are screened every evening on your television and informal entertainment is arranged from time to time. Impeccable service by a friendly crew, almost one to one, who will always remember you by name and cater to your requests, however great or small, with a smile.


Far from the crowds and daily cares, discover Highland Scotland’s timeless and surreal world of wildly beautiful landscapes, historic castles and enchanting gardens. Our exciting programme of inclusive shore visits offers a varied range of activities within each cruise and the freedom to do as much or as little as you wish. Only occasionally at berth, landings are usually in the Hardys, Shona and Sanda, or even directly onto the beach on Mingulay, Berneray or Pabbay and Oronsay, using the Sillingers Kiloran and Calgary – and no wet feet!

If you would like to stay active whilst on board, a visit to the small gym might be the perfect precursor to an excellent meal, a walk ashore, or simply relaxing in the comfort of your cabin. Whatever your interests, the choice is yours.


In the elegant Columba Restaurant enjoy the finest of menus as Hebridean Princess cruises to her next landing and a quiet anchorage at the close of an exhilarating day. Starting the day with one of our incredible breakfasts – the daily speciality is a must – the gourmet cuisine is an unforgettable experience.

Room service: Available on request.

Bar: When not ashore, enjoy your favourite drink by the inglenook fireplace in the Tiree Lounge, or perhaps browse the well stocked library and relax in the Conservatory or the Look-Out Lounge as you watch the majestic Scottish scenery glide by.

Exclusive Use

Max capacity: 50
Cost per night: £35,000
Min cost per person: All inclusive.


Guide price:
Singles from £2,295-£13,320 depending on cabin and departure date.

Twin / Doubles from £1,665 – £13,950 per person depending on cabin and departure date.

Operates March to November.

For best available rates call 0800 163 9209.



Hebridean Princess

Sails mainly from Oban with some departures from Greenock and Invergordon.




An independently owned cruise company – Hebridean Island Cruises Limited

Offers & Packages

Our Best Deal


Hebridean Princess – 2018 Cruises

Argyll’s Secret Coast – 1 to 7 March 2018 – 6 nights


Greenock – Great Cumbrae – Arran – Crarae – Strachur – Rothesay – Greenock


Join Hebridean Princess on her maiden voyage of 2018 as she uncovers some of the delights of Argyll’s secret coast, exploring Britain’s longest sea loch and some of the diverse islands which pepper the Firth of Clyde.


From £2,475 per person (free standard return rail or flight package included)




Heart of Argyll to Oban – 20 to 27 March 2018 – 7 nights


Greenock – Holy Loch – Sanda Island -Campbeltown – Islay – Crinan – Craobh Haven – Oban


Leaving Greenock, and heading around the Mull of Kintyre, we take this last opportunity to enjoy the Clyde islands in spring as we voyage to our home port of Oban and our first visit of the year to some of the southern Hebridean islands.


From £2,860 per person




West Coast Wonders – 3 to 10 April 2018 – 7 nights


Oban – Rum – Kyle of Lochalsh – Ullapool – Isle Martin – Loch Ewe – Skye – Oban


Scotland’s Western Seaboard is unspoilt, wild and beautiful. Explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty from the comfort and elegance of Hebridean Princess as she discovers hidden Hebridean highlights, together with rugged mainland gems on a cruise of varied adventure.


From £3,625 per person




Springtime Surprise – 24 April to 1 May 2018 – 7 nights


Join Hebridean Princess on this Springtime Surprise cruise as Captain decides the itinerary on a daily basis, taking you to some of his favourite destinations. Although the itinerary is unknown you will be assured of our excellent service, exquisite cuisine and the understated elegance of Hebridean Princess. Sails from and returns to Oban


From £4,740 per person

Available until 24/04/2018

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By Road

The Highland port of Oban is located 90 miles north-west of Glasgow on Scotland's west coast. There is secure parking available in Oban, arranged by Hebridean Island Cruises.

Oban is reached on the A816.

By Air

Each week a private coach collects guests from and returns them to Glasgow railway station or airport.

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Attractions Near Hebridean Princess

The Scottish highlands

The Highlands, or as they are known in Gaelic ‘the place of the Gaels’ cover the span of the highest point of Scotland and the surrounding Islands. The lush mountain ranges attract many hikers every year, and the scenery is among the most stunning in Britain.

Loch Ness & Inverness

The famous destination of Loch Ness and vibrant city of Inverness are both found nestled in the Highlands of Scotland, and are popular places to visit for their historical background and beautiful surroundings.

The central feature of Loch Ness is a spectacular lake that creates a wealth of things to do for all its visitors, such as boat trips, water activities and walks around the picturesque countryside.

If a more active couple of days are required then Inverness is the perfect place to visit. The city is currently recognised as one of the fastest growing places in Scotland. Inverness boasts a wide variety of places to visit including the Victorian Market, Inverness Castle, St Andrew’s Cathedral and plenty more.

Meetings at Hebridean Princess

Available only with private charter.