Hebridean Island Cruises is offering 10% off new 2014 itineraries for bookings made before July 12.
The offer coincides with the launch of the line’s new 2014 Cruise Directory which sees Hebridean Princess return to Norwegian waters for the first time in five years. Guests can also book one of 12 new Scottish itineraries, including new private visits to Ardkinglas House, Dundonald Castle and the private apartments at Inveraray Castle, or sail to the islands of St. Kilda, Orkney and Shetland.
The company is also offering new partnership cruises with NADFAS and the National Trust for 2014 including Houses and Castles of the Clyde and Gaelic Discoverer.
As an example of prices, a Footloose in the Fjords cruise, departing on August 11, explores destinations including Bergen, Fjærland and Vik by foot, with the help of the line's special walking guides. Highlights include a full day glacier walk, a visit to the Norwegian Wild Salmon Centre (Lærdal) and the Sogn Folkemuseum in Sogndal. Prices start from £5,211 per person, based on two sharing a cabin and including the 10% early booking discount.
Prices for all cruises include transport between Glasgow/Inverness and the ship or free car parking for Scottish departures; flights for Norwegian departures; meals; alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks; shore excursions; free internet including Wi-fi; gratuities and all relevant port taxes/fees. All bookings also come with free single trip travel and cancellation insurance.
For more information or to book visit www.hebridean.co.uk or call 01756-704704.