Hebridean Island Cruises Celebrates Royal Warrant

Happy news for those who want to cruise like royalty: Small ship cruising company Hebridean Island Cruises has unveiled a plaque on board the Hebridean Princess to celebrate being granted a Royal Warrant by Queen Elizabeth II.
 
The warrant—for the provision of Cruise Holidays—came into effect on January 1. Hebridean Island Cruises will be the only travel brand currently with a Royal Warrant from The Queen.
 
The 50-guest Hebridean Princess is reportedly the world’s smallest luxury cruise ship, and focuses on four- to 10-night itineraries in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and Ireland. The Five-Star Hebridean Princess has been chartered on two separate occasions by members of the royal family in 2006 and 2010.
 
For more information, visit www.hebrideancruises.com.  

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