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Short Wildlife cruise in Scotland

This cruise to the Inner Hebrides is a great introduction to the breath-taking Hebrides and islands. You will enjoy a flavour of Scotland from the sea including sea lochs, castles, quaint harbours and even a whisky distillery. The wildlife you can expect to see include eagles, basking sharks, whales and much more.

Duration

9+ days

Transportation

Cruise, Train

Season

Summer

Tour Type

Partly guided

FROM EUR 1395 per adult

Itinerary - Day by day

Tour category

The Mercure Edinburgh City Princes Street Hotel

Silver

Accommodation at comfortable 3 star tourist class hotels according to European standard.

See Silver accommodation

Leonardo Royal Hotel Edinburgh Haymarket

Gold

Accommodation at 4 star hotels or unique properties in attractive locations or other special qualities.

See Gold accommodation

Services included:

  • 3 nights accommodation in a standard room with private shower and or bath/WC, including full Scottish breakfast.
  • 5 nights onboard the ship in a shared cabin including breakfast, lunch, and dinner*.
    • All meals include: fruit on demand, coffee breaks, afternoon tea, pre-dinner aperitif, wine with dinner and the services of the crew.
    • Cruises with an art tutor, photography tutor or wildlife specialist are at no extra cost for the guests.
  • A maximum of 11 passengers onboard the ship.
  • Rail ticket Edinburgh - Oban - Edinburgh.
  • Services onboard of local skipper and chef.
  • Electronic travel documentation, including a detailed travel itinerary and travel vouchers.
  • 24/7 emergency phone service while travelling.
  • Additional services included for Category GOLD only:
  • Category GOLD hotel in Edinburgh and Oban (accommodation in a standard room)
  • Onboard cabin with own shower and wc (single cabins with wc and handbasin)

Please note: The itinerary & route of this voyage is weather dependent. Weather doesn't only mean good or bad weather. There are many considerations such as tidal gates, wind direction and strength, the strength and direction of currents, overfalls and fetch.

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