Hebridean Island Cruises Offers Savings on Fall 2011 Itineraries


Hebridean Island Cruises is offering discounted rates on select Fall 2011 itineraries. // (c) 2011 Hebridean Island Cruises.

Hebridean Island Cruises is offering last-minute savings on its remaining cabins for Fall 2011 itineraries of up to 25 percent off all-inclusive brochure fares. These 7-night, all-inclusive itineraries depart from Oban, Scotland:

•    Inner Hebridean Medley, round-trip from Oban, Oct. 18, 2011:  Visit Kerrera and experience a fascinating wildlife haven and the village of Jura, Loch Sween, the canal in Crinan, and the 20-acre Arduaine Gardens. From $4,416 per person (Category F stateroom).

•   Inner Hebridean Prospector, round-trip from Oban, Nov. 1, 2011: Visit Eigg’s Iron Age forts, a 6th century church and Viking burial mounds, as well as Plockton, the Scottish Baronial Torosay Castle and Gardens and visit Inverewe Gardens.  From $3,408 per person (Category F stateroom).

•    Inner Hebridean Adventure, round-trip from Oban, Nov. 8, 2011:  Visit Iona and the restored 12th century abbey, the Crinan Canal and the Arduaine Gardens. From $2,128 per person (Category H stateroom).

•    South from Oban, 7-nights, Oban to Greenock, Nov. 15, 2011:  Visit Lamrash, Inveraray, Crarae and Mount Stuart House in Bute. From $2,176 per person (Category H stateroom).

Fares include all meals, beverages and select wines, spirits and champagne, privately escorted tours, a guest speaker program, port charges and gratuities. Activities such as the use of the ship’s bicycles to explore ashore, go fishing, and speedboat rides are also included. Black-tie gala dinners and a fine dining experience featuring local cuisine will be featured on every cruise.

For more information, visit www.hebrideancruises.us.

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