Hebridean Offers Reduced Rates and New Itinerarires for 2012


Hebridean Island Cruises is offering discounted rates for 2012 cruises booked in 2011, as well as 20 brand new itinerarires. // (c) 2011 Hebridean Island Cruises

Hebridean Island Cruises has released a brochure containing new four to ten-day all-inclusive cruise options for 2012, including 20 new cruise itineraries and options to save up to 15 percent on 2012 cruises booked before September 30, 2011.

The brochure also features offers that give up to 10 percent off on all 2012 itineraries, including new itineraries such as the “Gastronomic Tour of Skye,” which tours Scotland while offering tastes of Scottish cuisine.

Guests also receive an additional 5 percent in savings when booking select cruises such as “North to Kintyre,”  “Gardens of the West,” “North to Orkney,” “Gaelic Explorer,” “Lochs and Isles,” and “South from Oban.” These cruises sail to remote coastal villages and islands aboard vessels that hold up to 50 passengers. Reduced fares are offered March through November, and start at $1,548 per person, based on double occupancy.

Visit www.hebridean.co.uk for more information.

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