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ROAMING AROUND SCOTLAND

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In the British Isles we are never far from our amazing coast, yet few are familiar with more than summer holiday beaches.
  • Product Code 87000
  • Holiday Type Sightseeing And Walking Holidays
  • Grade
  • Holiday Duration Nights

From the palm trees of the Cornish coast to the windswept beaches of Scottish islands, from the Liffey to the Mersey, from the South Downs to the slopes of Ben Nevis, our nine cruises promise contrast at every turn. This group of holidays includes: Roaming around Britain, Roaming around Britain Ireland and Roaming around Scotland.

Our unique shore walks and excursions include:

Falmouth: An idyllic walk along the South West Coast Path brings us into the tranquil waters of the Helford Estuary, then through the lush foliage of Glendurgan Gardens.

Belfast: From Dunseverick Castle on Ireland’s north coast we follow the cliff-tops on foot to the Giants’ Causeway.

Fort William: At the northeast point of Loch Linnhe and in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Fort William is encircled by breathtaking vistas. We take a walk in Glen Nevis, packed with stunning scenery and cascading waterfalls.

Portree: We climb one of the most iconic peaks of the Western Isles, Skye’s Old Man of Storr, with views to Raasay, Harris and many other islands.

Invergordon: We climb Cnoc Fyrish for views over Dornoch and Cromarty Firths. Later we can visit Glenmorangie Distillery in Tain.

Kirkwall: From the Kitchener Memorial we walk across moorland and along cliff tops to the Orkney Islands’ most famous prehistoric site, Scara Brae.

Tobermory: The pastel-painted houses of Mull’s main town are the starting point for our walk east from the port, passing waterfalls and lily-covered lochs.

Loch Fyne: Famous for its fresh seafood, we walk and discover the ruins of Robert the Bruce’s 14th century castle, stroll along White Shore beach and maybe venture to Inverary Castle.

Holiday Highlights

  • The Giant’s Causeway
  • Visit Skara Brae
  • See the painted houses on Mull
  • Climb the Old Man of Storr on Skye
  • See the mountains on the west coast of Ireland
The holiday inclusions and exclusions at a glance
Whats included in this holiday Items that are covered in the cost of holiday price.

    A shore visit programme organised by us and led by your tour leader. Almost all transport costs for our walking and sightseeing programmes from the ports visited. Occasionally there may be an optional museum entrance or cable car fare to pay for locally. Details are in our Holiday Information Sheets.

    Walking tours with local guides around many of the cities we visit.

    Tips to the restaurant staff on the ship – we ask you to tip your cabin staff, however.

    A full on board entertainment programme including stage shows, ship’s band and musicians, comedy and guest speakers. You can enjoy as much or as little as you choose.

Whats not included in this holiday Items that are not covered in the cost of holiday price.

  • Entrance fees to some museums and historic buildings (unless otherwise specified)
  • Personal expenses (such as your bar bill)
  • Discretionary tips
  • Optional excursions
  • Insurance
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Black Watch

Before the jet set arrived, cruise ships were once the height of style, charm and sophistication and Black Watch harks back to the heyday of the cruise liner. Delightfully relaxed in mood and reassuringly human in scale, resplendent Black Watch offers you the best of all cruise worlds. Having undergone a refurbishment of the ship’s public areas in late 2009, her fresh sophisticated décor with many traditional cruising features ensures you feel welcome from the moment you step aboard. Black Watch has a total of 423 cabins and carries 804 passengers (standard occupancy). The ship has a friendly attentive crew of 330. On board facilities include two swimming pools, a fitness centre, a sauna, a beauty salon, a sun deck, Jacuzzis, several lounges and bars, a card room, library, internet room and restaurants. The ship has a medical centre, and a shop where you can buy essentials such as sun cream or toiletries. There is also a launderette and ironing room on board. After dinner in the Glentanar Restaurant there are always shows, reviews and evenings of cabaret for your entertainment. Choose from the Neptune Lounge for an evening show or perhaps head to The Observatory for an after dinner drink. If we return late to the ship, or if you would like a more casual dinner, the Braemar Garden Café will make you very welcome. Our accommodation is in twin cabins with shower and WC. All cabins are equipped with individually controlled air conditioning, television, hairdryers, tea and coffee making facilities. Black Watch has a non-smoking policy for all areas of the ship. Allocated cabins will be an outside cabin unless you have paid a supplement to upgrade. Your cabin steward will keep your cabin in immaculate condition throughout your stay, replacing any linen or towels as or when required. Separate towels are provided for poolside use. Safes are available at reception. Black Watch operates a satellite telephone system, with telephones in each cabin, and personal mobile phones enabled for international roaming should work on board. The voltage on board Black Watch is supplied at 110 volts – 60 cycle (a U.S. style 2 pin plug is required) and 220 volt 60 cycle (requiring a continental style 2-pin plug). If you are in any doubt as to the appropriate voltage to use your electrical appliances on board, please check with the ship’s Reception Desk. Adapters are usually available for hire on board, or may be bought at the ship’s shop. Payment on board is in Sterling, and a credit account system is operated on board allowing purchases to be charged to your account which must be settled at the end of your cruise – see the Currency section for more details. 


Braemar

Our cruise ship is the stylish and contemporary Braemar. Refurbished and lengthened in 2008 she has eight decks and 485 passenger cabins carrying 929 passengers. The ship has a friendly and attentive crew of 371. Described as elegant and captivating, with a five-deck tall atrium which creates a sense of spaciousness, and which gives access to the Coral Club, Palms Café and Neptune Lounge, she is well equipped for your stay. On board facilities include two swimming pools, a fitness centre, a health & beauty salon, a sun deck, Jacuzzis, several lounges and bars, a card room, library, internet room and restaurants. The ship has a medical centre, a boutique, a shop where you can buy essentials such as sun cream or toiletries, and there is also a laundrette and ironing room on board. After dinner there are always shows, reviews and evenings of cabaret for your entertainment. Choose from the Neptune Lounge for an evening show or perhaps head to the Coral Club for an after dinner drink and to enjoy the resident band. Our accommodation is in twin and single cabins with shower and wc. All cabins are equipped with individually controlled air-conditioning, television, hairdryers, tea and coffee making facilities and a safety deposit box. Braemar has a non-smoking throughout the ship. Allocated cabins will be an inside cabin (normally on the Marina or Atlantic Deck) unless you have paid a supplement to upgrade. Your cabin steward will keep your cabin in immaculate condition throughout your stay, replacing any linen or towels as or when required. Separate towels are provided for poolside use. Braemar operates a satellite telephone system, with telephones in each cabin, and personal mobile phones enabled for international roaming should work on board. The voltage on board the Braemar is supplied at 110 volts – 60 cycle (a U.S. style 2 pin plug is required) and 220 volt 60 cycle (requiring a continental style 2-pin plug). If you are in any doubt as to the appropriate voltage to use your electrical appliances on board, please check with the ship’s Reception Desk. Adapters are usually available for hire on board, or may be bought at the ship’s shop. Payment on board is in Sterling, and a credit account system is operated on board allowing purchases to be charged to your account which must be settled at the end of your cruise – see the Currency section for more details.


Boudicca

Boudicca oozes a sense of class, style and elegance not seen or experienced on modern megaships and floating theme parks. On this sister ship to Black Watch, the emphasis is on providing an intimate and more traditional cruise experience. Up to 880 guests can cruise in pure comfort and with a crew of 329 on board you will enjoy a personal, attentive service, catering to your every want and need. Enjoy ample space and fantastic restaurants, lounges, bars and facilities. Indulge yourself with delicious dinners in the Four Seasons, Tintagel or the Heligan Room restaurants; take a dip in one of the three heated pools; watch a show in the Neptune Lounge; simply relax on the Sun Deck; enjoy al fresco dining at The Grill and much more without ever feeling overcrowded. Boudicca has a range of shops where you can indulge in some duty free retail therapy, or stock up on the essentials. Lectures and classes are available in the bars and lounges, which change to the best in entertainment at night. Live shows, stand up-comedy and musician and singers entertain through the evenings and into the night. For blissful relaxation there is a spa (may be an extra charge) and a library where you can enjoy a good book. Or if you’re feeling more vigorous, take a work out at the ships own gym or use the golf nets.


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