On the beautiful Cromarty Firth, here is your gateway to the Scottish Highlands with its dramatic history and spectacular scenery. Haunting lochs and romantic castles enchant the visitor whilst the eerie, windswept Culloden Battlefield and some distinguished distilleries, most notably Glenmorangie, all vie for your attention.
The capital and administrative centre of the Orkney Islands, set on the principal island known as Mainland. The Orkneys comprise 70 or so islands, rocks and skerries that cover an area of 376 square miles. You can still detect the Norse influence and the Stone Age settlement at Skara Brae, older than either the Pyramids or Stonehenge, is fascinating.
Having cruised around the northern tip of the British Isles, you reach Stornoway, the only town on Lewis, the most northerly of the Outer Hebrides. This history-rich outpost offers a tremendous diversity of interests including the pre-historic Callanish Standing Stones, fabulous coastlines, beaches and wildlife.
Located on the Argyll Peninsula, Oban has developed into Scotland's most popular west-coast holiday town. It is justifiably known as the 'Gateway to the Isles' - a ferry port serving the islands of the Inner Hebrides. The panoramic views of the mountains, lochs and islands have captivated artists, authors, composers, and poets for centuries.
Head to the Irish capital to see some of the world's finest Georgian buildings, to enjoy the freshest pint of Guinness from a rooftop bar, and to learn about the many great writers who once called this charming city home.
Maritime enthusiasts should not miss Cobh: The Queenstown Story, a visitor centre that describes the tale of Ireland’s chief port of entry and departure, which hosted three or four transatlantic liners each week, including of course, White Star Lines’ Titanic. Take in Cork, with its lovely period buildings, and Blarney Castle and the famous Stone. Tour opportunities could also include a visit to the Old Middleton Distillery.
Dropping anchor off Hugh Town, the main town of the Isles of Scilly, affords the chance to visit two of this unique cluster of islands, lying 28 miles south west of Land’s End. St. Mary’s is the largest at just six square miles, while the effects of the sub-tropical climate are spectacularly evident in the blaze of colour at Tresco’s renowned Abbey Gardens.
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On completion of her summer 2015 season, Azores will be re-named Astoria in line with our smaller ship offering alongside the similarly named 600 passenger Astor. This is in contrast to our larger mid-sized vessels; the Marco Polo and Magellan, adopting the explorer theme. In March 2016, Astoria will operate a two month spring season sailing from Bristol Avonmouth prior to the start of her summer season of cruising operating on the French market.Ship info Deck plans