Small ship Hebridean Princess has undergone “significant refurbishment” ahead of its 2011 season of cruises.
The luxury 50-passenger vessel has emerged from a winter refit in Scotland at Greenock on the River Clyde prior to its first cruise to the Lochs of Argyll on March 1.
Key changes include the removal of Bay grade cabins and the introduction of two new single Loch grade cabins, each with their own private facilities.
Two single Sound cabins have been renamed and upgraded to double occupancy as well as another cabin being reclassified from a double to a single.
New itineraries this year include a Grand Cruise to the North and St Kilda, An East Coast Adventure and a Grand Celtic Cruise.
These are designed to provide passengers with the opportunity to further explore the British coastline and discover new waters in Northern France and Ireland.
The first itinerary of the season explores historic locations around the Argyll region with visits to Inveraray, Crarae, the Isle of Bute and the Cumbrae Islands.
Hebridean Princess will travel to Portsmouth later in the year to join fellow All Leisure Holidays vessels, Discovery and Minerva with summer sailings from the port.