Cruise from Scotland
Join small ship Lord of the Glens in Inverness for a cruise along the dramatic Caledonian Canal through the majestic lochs of Scotland’s Great Glen, including Loch Ness to Fort William in the shadow of mighty Ben Nevis. Continue on to the hauntingly beautiful Hebridean Islands of Mull, Skye, Iona and Eigg. Visit colourful Tobermory and imposing Duart Castle on Mull, revel in the peace and quiet at Iona’s historic abbey and enjoy a drink at the most remote pub in the British Isles at Inverie before crossing the sea to Skye and the picturesque town of Portree.
Luxurious 50-passenger Hebridean Princess offers itineraries from Oban exploring the beautiful Hebridean Islands of Canna, one of the earliest Christian settlements, Skye, the largest of the Inner Hebrides and Eigg, owned by its community since 1997. The ship also calls at ports off the beaten track including the privately owned Shiant Isles and Tanera Mor, the largest of the Summer Isles located off the coast of Ullapool.
Cruise & Maritime Voyages offer superb-value no-fly voyages from Dundee to the beautiful Norwegian fjords on new flagship Magellan and from Edinburgh Leith to Iceland, the Land of Ice and Fire on classic ocean liner Marco Polo.
Itineraries visiting Scotland
We offer a fascinating selection of itineraries visiting Scottish ports on board country house-style Minerva, spacious and contemporary Voyager and traditional ocean liners Magellan, Astor, Azores and Marco Polo.
Cruises around the British Isles often visit the remote Orkneys, Outer Hebrides and Isle of Mull as well as the town of Invergordon on the shores of the Cromatry Firth and Rosyth, gateway to Edinburgh and Bannockburn.
Lerwick, the capital of the rugged Shetland Islands and Kirkwall, capital of the remote Orkneys are visited en route to the breathtaking Norwegian fjords and Iceland, the Land of Ice and Fire. Lerwick was founded as an unofficial marketplace to service 17th-century Dutch herring fleets. Today, it is home to the Shetland Museum which features archaeological and maritime exhibits. The town of Kirkwall is dominated by the magnificent St Magnus Cathedral, Britain’s most northerly cathedral and known as the Light in the North.