Hebridean Island Cruises Launches the Royal Crown River Ship

 

The Hebridean Princess is joind by the Royal Crown, which will be sailing the Rhine and Danube rivers during spring and autumn 2012. // (c) 2011 Hebridean Island Cruises.

Hebridean Island Cruises, serving the ultra-luxury small ship cruising market with its five-star cruise ship Hebridean Princess, has announced the launch of a new dedicated River Cruises program onboard Hebridean’s new Royal Crown river ship.

Having undergone an extensive renovation in 2010, the cruiser will sail on the Rhine and Danube rivers during the spring and autumn of 2012, operating four 7-night itineraries. Hebridean River Cruises will offer 79 guests elegant surroundings, together with the same personal service they would expect when sailing on Hebridean Princess. With 42 Art Deco style cabins, the Royal Crown will also offer a number of single occupancy cabins.

All Hebridean River Cruises are fully inclusive, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, shore excursions, gratuities, port taxes, and a distinguished guest speaker program. Accompanied by Hebridean Island Cruises’ experts, Hebridean’s Royal Crown offers a luxurious lounge, a fine dining restaurant, library, sundeck with bar, personal concierge and a choice of suites across three grades: Royal Suites, Premium Suites and Deluxe Suites.

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