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Andrea

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  • Coastal cruises

This handsome vessel began her career as the popular Harald Jarl, cruising the Norwegian coastline and fjords where she developed quite a following over the years. Purchased and extensively renovated in 2003, Andrea provides a welcome return to the intimacy and classic nautical sensibility often lacking in larger ships.

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Arion

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  • Coastal cruises

The Arion underwent a complete refurbishment in 2000, updating the interiors, to create a warm inviting atmosphere throughout its public areas and passenger cabins. The Arion accommodates up to 320 passengers on her five decks and her on board facilities include a swimming pool and spacious sun deck, a beauty salon, a restaurant serving high quality cuisine and three lounge bars, all designed to make your cruise comfortable and enjoyable.

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Austral

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**SPECIAL OFFER** Save up to 30% on full prices. The earlier you book the better the discount available. Please call for latest special offers. Pricing shown here reflects full brochure price only. The state-of-the-art mega-yacht, L’Austral launched in May 2011, bringing a unique blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being to small ship cruising. With just 132 cabins, L’Austral’s sleek design and small size means she can offer exclusive itineraries featuring ports of call that are inaccessible to larger ships. The yacht’s distinctive shape features smooth contours and large, arched windows, opening up to the sea and letting in the light. Precious materials in soothing neutral tones are brought to life with splashes of colour to create a discreet elegance reminiscent of a private yacht.

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From Scotland to Spitsbergen with National Geographic

From £7727.28 Per person including taxes Sailing dates May 17th 2020

In partnership with National Geographic Expeditions, join the luxurious L’Austral for an all new expedition cruise that will take you from Dublin to Longyearbyen. During this exceptional 12-day trip, you will discover the most beautiful of the Scottish Isles and cross the Arctic Circle to reach the frozen lands of Spitsbergen Island.

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Glen Massan

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Discover the hidden beauty of Scotland’s West Coast aboard the traditional Glen Massan vessel. The beautifully converted traditional fishing vessel traverses the Argyll coastline rich in history, culture and wildlife and allows guests inshore access to some of the more remote idyllic areas, often undiscovered by visitors to the region. Measuring 85ft in length, the Glen Massan offers six spacious double cabins, two on deck and four below deck, furnished to a high standard with en-suite facilities. Facilities on-board include a wonderful informal dining area and bar where guests are served locally sourced menus at a communal table and an outdoor deck perfect for alfresco dining or watching the sunset. There are also two top deck areas with sun loungers and a great space for wildlife watching.

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Glen Tarsan

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Discover the hidden beauty of Scotland’s rugged coastline aboard Glen Massan’s sister ship the Glen Tarsan. Tastefully renovated in 2007, the traditional fishing vessel navigates the tranquil waters of the region to a backdrop of spectacular mountain scenery, stunning lochs and abundant wildlife and allows guests inshore access to some of the more remote idyllic areas, often undiscovered by visitors to the region. Measuring 85ft in length, the Glen Tarsan offers six spacious double cabins, two on deck and four below deck, furnished to a high standard with en-suite facilities. The two top deck areas are furnished with sun loungers and provide a great space for wildlife watching. Facilities on-board include a wonderful informal dining area and bar where guests are served locally sourced menus at a communal table and an outdoor deck perfect for alfresco dining or watching the sunset.

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Guideliner

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  • Expedition cruises

Guideliner is a 57ft twin-engine steel motor cruiser, comfortably accommodating 6 guests. The large saloon has excellent panoramic views whilst the spacious aft deck is the ideal place to sit relax or take your evening meal. Guideliner has central heating and all cabins have opening windows. The design of the ship allows for swift inter-island passages and she has the ability to adjust course for sightings of any fabulous marine wildlife.

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Hebridean Princess

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  • Expedition cruises

The Highlands and Islands of Scotland, her romantic castles, tranquil lochs, wide open spaces and little known anchorages are all accessible from the luxurious Hebridean Princess with cruises of between 4 and 8 nights. She guarantees exceptional service, fine food and wine and a very warm welcome. Of the 30 spacious and elegant cabins, 11 are designed especially for the single traveller. A range of guided walks are on offer.

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Le Boreal

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. One of the most state-of-the-art ships, launched in May 2010, the luxury Le Boreal features a modern design, sleek silhouette and small size - just 142 metres in length. Le Boreal offers intimate itineraries to rare ports. A mega-yacht with 132 cabins, she is the fruit of the expertise of the Italian Fincantieri shipyard and offers utter French sophistication, as interpreted by designer Jean-Philippe Nuel, creating a unique atmosphere, a subtle blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being.

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From the English Shores to Ireland

From £3114.55 Per person including taxes Sailing dates May 17th 2020

Sail between the Channel and the Irish Sea aboard Le Boreal on this eight day itinerary to discover the Celtic lands of romance and legends. From London you will sail to Dover and its legendary white cliffs, then along the beautiful Jurassic Coast, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site due to the importance of geology. The ship will also visit the Isles of Scilly, a wonderfully small archipelago whose landscapes could be taken straight from an Enid Blyton story. Continue onto the small village of Glengarriff in Ireland, surrounded by nature with a very mild climate and wonderful floral gardens. Before arriving in Dublin, Le Boreal will call at the charming port of Kinsale with the Bandon Estuary.

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Le Dumont d'Urville

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  • Coastal cruises

Launching in 2019, Le Dumont d'Urville features innovative and environmentally-friendly equipment, elegantly designed staterooms, spacious suites with large windows and lounge areas that open onto the outside offering guests a truly unique cruising experience. The ship also includes superb dining including a relax grill restaurant and a fine dining restaurant, spacious sun deck with inviting swimming pool, onboard spa with a great range of relaxing spa treatments and theatre.

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Jewels of England’s Southern Shores

From £3377.28 Per person including taxes Sailing dates May 6th 2020

Join Le Dumont-d'Urville as she sails along the southern coast of England on this brand new eight day cruise. Discover charming villages, sweeping beaches, rugged cliffs of this wonderful stretch of coastline. You will visit the iconic white cliffs of Dover, the picturesque Isle of Wight once used as a holiday island by Queen Victoria and onto the Isles of Scilly, whose climate, landscapes and lifestyle are unique to the island. You will also call at the charming towns of Dartmouth and Poole before ending in Portsmouth.

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Le Soleal

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  • Coastal cruises

**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. Built in the style of the world’s most luxurious mega-yachts and newly launched in 2013, Le Soléal offers an exquisite cruising experience, combining exciting voyages of discovery with the passionate attention to detail that creates an intimate and relaxing setting for this most graceful form of travel. With its sleek and environmentally friendly design, Le Soléal is capable of accessing smaller ports and its unobstructed arching windows expand your view of the most beautiful scenery. All 132 staterooms and suites are furnished with only the most elegant decor; pristine silvers, creamy whites and a style fashioned after today’s luxury yachting world. Enjoy delicious French cuisine at the stunning Gastronomic Restaurant or a casual buffet lunch in the Grill Restaurant. Relax with a cocktail in the Main Lounge and take in live entertainment in the Panoramic Lounge and the state-of-the-art theatre. Unwind in the fitness room, or survey the horizon from the open-air bar and pool deck.

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Lord of the Glens

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The 54 passenger Lord of the Glens journeys through the Scottish countryside in spectacular style. From the moment you step aboard you are surrounded by the rich mahogany finishes of the reception area and lobby. The ship is magnificently appointed and is more in keeping with the standard expected of a stately country manor than that of a five-star ship. The cabins are tastefully decorated, comfortable and spacious with wonderful outside views.

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8 Day Heart of the Highlands Cruise from Kyle of Lochalsh to Inverness

From £1850.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates May 4th or 18th 2020

This seven night itinerary introduces you to some of the highlights of the scenic Scottish Highlands. Departing from Kyle of Lochalsh you will visit Culloden, Loch Ness and the Islands of Mull and Iona, as well as cruising the majestic Caledonian Canal.

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8 Day Heart of the Highlands Cruise from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh

From £1850.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 27 Apr 2020 to 14 Sep 2020

Sail through some of Scotland’s most stunningly beautiful lochs and enjoy the serenity of the timeless landscape on this seven night Highlands cruise which features a comprehensive programme of visits including Culloden, Loch Ness, the Sound of Mull, Iona, Tobermory and the Isle of Skye.

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6 Day Spring and Autumn in the Highlands Cruise from Oban to Inverness

From £1095.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 22 Apr 2020 to 13 Oct 2020

Cruise the Highlands of Scotland during the Spring or Autumn, when there are few tourists but the rugged scenery is at its dramatic best. This five night cruise starts in Oban and sails to Inverness, passing by the Isle of Mull, Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness en route.

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6 Day Spring and Autumn in the Highlands Cruise from Inverness to Oban

From £1095.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 17 Apr 2020 to 08 Oct 2020

This six day cruise incorporates the highlights of any cruise to the Scottish Highlands. Starting in Inverness, transit the Caledonian Canal to Loch Ness, Loch Oich, Loch Lochy and Corpach, which lies in the shadow of Ben Nevis. Travel on the West Highland Line to Glenfinnan, visit Tobermory and Duart Castle on the Isle of Mull, and enjoy a visit to a whiskey distillery before ending your cruise in Oban.

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Magna Carta

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  • Hotel barging

The 8-passenger Magna Carta is one of the finest and most luxurious vessels cruising the British Isles. She has a special ambience created by combining a traditional barge hull with fittings in fine mahogany, outstanding teak and oak. All staterooms are equipped with hair dryers, ample hanging and drawer space, television with DVD and comfortable beds with the finest cotton bedding. The upper deck is home to an air-conditioned saloon with tinted picture windows offering the finest panoramic views to three aspects. Four Italian leather sofas provide extremely comfortable seating adjacent to a fully stocked bar. And last but certainly not least, guests will be indulged with the most exquisite dishes delivered from the professional galley.

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Classic Cruise - England

From £3178.13 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 05 Apr 2020 to 25 Oct 2020

Navigate England's "Royal River" and visit some of the finest sites in the south of the country. Starting with a traditional cream tea in London, you will be transferred to the barge in Hampton Court. Spend a week cruising on the Thames as far as Henley, the Royal regatta town, and enjoy visits to Henry VIII's Hampton Court, Windsor Castle, the Stanley Spencer Gallery, Christ Church College in Oxford and the Magna Carta Memorial in Runnymede. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.

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Plancius

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  • Expedition cruises

First built in 1976 as an oceanographic research vessel for the Royal Dutch Navy and named "Hr. Ms. Tydeman", the Plancius has now been fully reconstructed as a 110-passenger vessel suitable for Polar expeditions. The vessel offers a restaurant/lecture room and a spacious observation lounge (with bar) with large windows, offering a full panorama view. All cabins are generously proportioned and are outside facing, mostly equipped with two bunk beds and a comfortable private bathroom.

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Scottish Highlander

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The 8-passenger Scottish Highlander is a river barge offering the unique atmosphere of a Scottish Country House, with subtle use of tartan furnishings and landscape paintings. The barge was fully refurbished in 2000. At 117 feet, she is spacious and has every comfort for year-round cruising. The experienced crew members are excellent hosts and will attend to your every need during the week-long cruise. The legends of the past, the taste of single malt and the mythical inhabitant of Loch Ness all contribute to a special magic only experienced in Scotland’s dramatic Highlands.

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Classic Cruise - Scotland (Scottish Highlander)

From £2990.63 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 12 Apr 2020 to 25 Oct 2020

**SPECIAL OFFERS**10% OFF published cabin rates valid on the following departure date: 20th October 2019 only. Please call for more information and prices. A truly Scottish experience, this intimate cruise takes you from Muirtown, to Banavie, travelling along the Caledonian Canal and traversing Lochs Ness, Oich and Lochy. En route you will enjoy guided visits to Cawdor Castle, home of Shakespeare's Maceth, Culloden Moor, Glencoe and Eilean Donan Castles. You will also have the chance to sample the local produce at the Muir Ord Whisky Distillery.

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Sea Adventurer

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  • Expedition cruises

Travellers who seek an element of elegance for cruising around the Scottish Isles, Greenland and Norway should look no further than the Sea Adventurer. The ship was built in 1975 and has since undergone extensive refurbishment with the feel of an old ocean liner characterised with brass fittings and tall, dark wood panelling. The vessel now boasts 60 outside cabins with private facilities and a window-lined dining room and lounge where guests can relax. There are also two bars and a library stocked with nautical books and board games.

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Sea Cloud II

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  • Coastal cruises

The Sea Cloud II combines the timeless elegance of windjammers of the past with the highest safety standards and the luxurious comfort of modern ships. She is the world's largest three-masted barque, the first newly constructed square rigger in decades. Since her launch in 2001 she has shared with her sister ship “the Sea Cloud” the honor of being the world's only cruise ship sailed by hand. The cabins and suites have the richest fabrics, woods and fine furniture. On board facilities include the exquisite restaurant, beautiful lounge, popular Lido bar on the sun deck, library and fitness centre.

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Spirit of Chartwell

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  • River cruises

The Spirit of Chartwell is the unique vessel that was chosen and specially adapted to carry the Queen and other members of the Royal Family during the Jubilee River Pageant in June 2012. The deluxe three deck ship was refurbished in 2009 to recreate the understated stylish elegance of the Pullman railway carriages popular in the 1920s. The Spirit of Chartwell now resides in Portugal offering luxury cruising on the Douro river and provides impressive features including tastefully decorated outward facing en-suite cabins, accommodating up to 30 passengers. The observation deck offers alfresco dining and is the ideal vantage point from which to observe the passing scenery, whilst the opulent lounge bar provides a tranquil retreat.

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Spirit of Scotland

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The 12-passenger Spirit of Scotland is an elegant river barge whose style evokes that of the traditional steamers that plied the lochs of Scotland in times gone by. Purpose-built in 2001 the hotel barge boasts extensive public areas inside and out that are perfect to admire the spectacular Highlands scenery in comfort. Guests can enjoy the bright and spacious saloon and dining area with picture windows and separate bar. There are six air conditioned cabins with either twin or double beds with well-designed en suite shower rooms. The exterior of the barge offers guests a heated spa pool, as well as a covered dining terrace. The spacious upper sun deck is the ideal place to admire the beautiful scenery and historic landmarks such as the loch-side Urquhart Castle.

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Classic Cruise in Scotland from Banavie to Muirtown (7 Days)

From £3140.63 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 12 Apr 2020 to 25 Oct 2020

**SPECIAL OFFERS**10% OFF published cabin rates valid on the following departure dates: 13th & 20th October 2019 only. Please contact us for more information and prices. Please call for more information. Join this fascinating cruise from Muirtown, to Banavie, travelling to the mystical area of Glencoe, visit one of best known and most photographed castles, Eilean Donan and traverse Lochs Ness and Oich. En route you will also enjoy guided visits to Cawdor Castle, home of Shakespeare's Maceth, Culloden Moor. You will also have the chance to sample the local produce at the Glen Ord Whisky Distillery.

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