Carrying just 50 guests, Hebridean Princess has an enviable reputation for exceptional service, fine food and wine and the very warm welcome extended by Hebridean's dedicated crew of 38. She has thirty spacious, elegant and well-appointed cabins, 10 designed especially for the single traveller.
Elegantly decorated and furnished, Hebridean cabins are individually designed to make the most of the available space. Poetically named after Scottish isles, castles, lochs and sounds, they are amongst the most spacious for vessels of her size.Accommodation
The Columba Restaurant, with its cherry-wood panelling, fine artworks and discreet lighting is a romantic venue to enjoy the genial ambiance. Single-sitting dining means that your designated table for two awaits and, for solo travellers, the senior Officers invite guests to join them in convivial groups.
The emphasis on low key entertainment is complemented by the gentle art of conversation and the certain knowledge that fellow guests have chosen this style of holiday as much for what it doesn’t offer as for what it does.Life on Board
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Browse Hebridean Island Princess's deck plans to get a feel of her layout. Explore cabins, restaurants, entertainment and shared spaces at your leisure.Hebridean Island Princess Deckplans
Both Hebridean Princess and Royal Crown echo the company philosophy that 'small is personal', giving a small number of guests the very special Hebridean Experience of luxury cruising to off-the-beaten track or unusual destinations. Our excellent crew has earned us a world-class reputation for unbeatable service, together with fine food and wine and an attention to detail no longer common in the present era of mass travel.