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Blue Water Holidays - ABTA - ATOL - CLIA
01756 706500
+44 1756 706500

Outlook on the Clyde

Explore the dramatic fjord-like scenery and baronial castles of Scotland’s sheltered Firth of Clyde on this 7-night all-inclusive cruise on board elegant 50-passenger Hebridean Princess

No Fly Cruise
7 nights

Small Ship Holiday
  • Mount Stuart House
  • Inveraray Castle
  • Holy Isle
  • Brodick Castle, Arran

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The Firth of Clyde is sheltered from the Atlantic by the Kintyre peninsula, and the Firth's many lochs extend deep into the breathtaking Highlands. This cruise is the perfect way to explore this stunning area.

Visit Victorian Mount Stuart House on the Isle of Bute, Brodick Castle on the Isle of Arran and the beautiful gardens of Ardkinglas House. Sir Charles and Lady MacLean will give a private tour of magnificent Strachur House and there is an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of Inverary Castle’s private apartments.

Learn about the history of whisky at Springbank Distillery then cruise past the dramatic sea cliffs at Ailsa Craig before heading to the superb scenery of Holy Isle and Great Cumbrae, home to the smallest cathedral in Britain.

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Outlook on the Clyde Itinerary

Day 1 - Greenock (Scotland)

Embark Hebridean Princess in Greenock.

Day 2 - Rothesay

Call at the Isle of Bute to discover the Victorian mansion of Mount Stuart House, explore its stunning gardens and learn how this house was one of the most technologically advanced of its era. Later, cruise the Kyles of Bute and Loch Fyne.

Day 3 - Strachur

Enjoy a visit to the impressive Ardkinglas House, built in 1905 and designed by Sir Robert Lorimer. It is located on the shores of picturesque Loch Fyne and has a beautiful Woodland Garden, home to a variety of flora and fauna. Later, head to the magnificent Strachur House, the residence of Sir Charles and Lady McLean.

Day 4 - Crarae

Visit the enchanting 18th-century Inveraray Castle which is the seat of the Dukes of Argyll, for a behind-the-scenes tour. Later, cruise Loch Fyne and Kilbranan Sound.

Day 5 - Campbeltown

Enjoy a visit to the Springbank Distillery, before cruising to picturesque Sanda Island for walks ashore.

Day 6 - Holy Isle

Holy Isle is less than one mile wide and was known as the 'Island of the Water Spirit' in Old Gaelic. As the name suggests, it was a sacred place before the arrival of St Molaise. There is a spring on the island which is believed to have healing properties, as well as the saint's rune inscribed hermit cave, and traces of a 13th-century monastery.

Day 7 - Brodick

Sail to the Isle of Arran to explore the baronial Brodick Castle with its formal gardens, woodland country park and breathtaking views. Next, head to the smallest working cathedral in Britain - the Cathedral of the Isles on Great Cumbre.

Day 8 - Greenock

Disembark Hebridean Princess in Greenock.

For navigational reasons the Captain of the ship reserves the right to modify the cruise itinerary.

Price Includes

  • 7-night all-inclusive cruise
  • Private coach transfers from the local airport or train station to and from the ship
  • All meals on board and ashore
  • Champagne, selected wines plus beer, spirits, soft drinks, tea, coffee and other hot drinks
  • Knowledgeable guides on board and on tours
  • Shore excursions as outlined in the itinerary
  • Use of the ship’s bicycles
  • Free Wi-Fi access
  • Port taxes
  • Gratuities

Price Does Not Include

  • Travel to and from the private coach transfer points
  • Wines from the Library Wines list
  • Private shore visits organised by request which are not part of the itinerary
  • Personal telephone calls
  • Items purchased from the shop on board
  • Personal laundry
Map for Outlook on the Clyde