Hebridean buys a second ship

Posted By on Aug 21, 2020 | 1 comment

Hebridean Princess owner, HP Shipping Ltd, has purchased a 27 passenger cabin vessel from Magna Carta Steamship Company.

Lord of the Glens

Lord of Glens (pictured above) will be chartered to Hebridean Island Cruises.

From April 2021, the ship will operate five to seven-night itineraries along the Caledonian Canal, which connect the east coast of Scotland to the west coast.

Roger Allard, chairman of HP Shipping and Hebridean Island Cruises, called Lord of the Glens “a very appealing vessel” and added that the ship is “a perfect fit” for Hebridean Island Cruises’ portfolio.

He said: “‘Small is beautiful’ is the Hebridean Island Cruises’ mantra and the Lord of the Glens can certainly boast that accolade.”

Lord of the Glens is a ship of similar size to their well-established and well-loved Hebridean Princess which carries a maximum of 50 guests and operates mainly on the west coast of Scotland.

For more information regarding Hebridean Princess or Lord of Glens, please call The Sovereign Cruise Club on 03331 22 44 66.

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  1. Please send me details of their cruises please

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