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Maiden voyage of Hebridean ship confirmed as Scottish cruise ban lifted

Hebridean Island Cruises small ship Lord of the Glens is to emark on its maiden voyages next week after the Scottish government lifted a ban on cruise calls in the country.
A seven-night itinerary will  from July 19 from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh and in reverse until the end of August.The cruise includes the inland waters of the Caledonian Canal, Loch Linnhe, the Sound of Mull, the Sound of Sleat and Kyle Rhea.
Managing director Ken Charleson said: “Following the latest announcement from the Scottish government, we’re thrilled to announce that Lord of the Glens will set sail on her maiden voyage of 2021 on 19th July.
“After such an extended period of being forced to stay at home, many of you will be desperate to get away and a cruise holiday close to home is the ideal escape.”
Fares starts at £1,665 per person with the company offering 10% discounts subject to availability.
The move follows the company moving ship Hebridean Princess to the south coast of England due to the Scottish cruise restrictions.

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