North West Coast Wilderness
Discover the unspoilt beauty of the North West Highlands on this new 10-night itinerary. While away the days, cruising to one of Scotland’s most remote regions,- relax and enjoy the opportunity to wildlife watch and view the coastline from the sea.
Discover the unspoilt beauty of the North West Highlands on this new 10-night itinerary. While away the days, visiting one of Scotland’s most remote regions, where the route of the famous North Coast 500 meets the fjord like sea lochs and deep inlets of the Atlantic Ocean. With its stark mountains, stunning landscapes and evidence of long abandoned villages, crofts and castles, this is a breathtaking part of the world with an atmosphere that feels like nowhere else in the world. Anchor in mountainous Loch Torridon and Loch Carron, potter around the picture postcard villages of Plockton, Applecross and Shieldaig and meander north to Loch Ewe via Gairloch’s white sands and the village of Badachro. Award-winning Inverewe Gardens is an enchanting stopover with its lush botanical gardens and amazing plant species made possible by the Gulf Stream. The Summer Isles are a mostly uninhabited archipelago where seals, basking sharks and porpoises can be spotted in the crystal-clear waters. Cruise to the wild and beautiful Cape Wrath. Enjoy alfresco drinks as you gaze across the Minch to the Outer Hebrides and the Islands of the Shiants, where the steep cliffs are home to thousands of seabirds. With everything from mountainous peaks to narrow sea lochs and the ever-present Cuillins in the distance, this is an unforgettable coastal hopping cruise.
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From £4950 per adult
May — September
Covid 19 Facilities
- Advance booking essential
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- COVID-19 risk assessment completed
- COVID-19 staff training completed
- Capacity limit
- Deep cleaning between visitors
- Face masks required for staff in public areas
- Hand sanitiser available to visitors & staff
Tour company information
The Majestic Line
Small ship cruise company based on the west coast of Scotland. Our fleet of five small vessels visits the islands of the Inner and Outer Hebrides, St Kilda, Caledonian Canal and the Orkney Islands. We offer a choice of 3-night, 6-night, and 10-night cruise itineraries as well as private charters. Each of our boats can accommodate up to 11/12 passengers, Glen Rosa up to 6. Food plays a very important role in our cruises and our chefs source local produce where possible. We reserve two double cabins for single occupancy on each of our vessels at no additional supplement.
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