Our 2018 season will be the last one where Elizabeth G can offer such affordable prices before her conversion to ensuite and with fewer guests on board.  With most months booked out for 2018, we added extra Scottish cruises to the calendar for Elizabeth G fans to have an opportunity to cruise with her this autumn at the cheaper price.  A 6-night cruise is only £1285 per person - a real bargain with four expert crew on board, including a specialist Wildlife Guide, accompanied onshore excursions and gourmet food. There are now only 3 cabins remaining for these cruises.

Autumn is a wonderful time to take a Scottish cruise, with wildlife at its most prevalent and most easily spotted in the Inner Hebrides. Book online now or get in touch with Emma if you would like more information.

Choose your Scottish autumn cruise 2018!

Mull, Iona, Staffa and the Cairns of Coll, 6-night cruise

Elizabeth G: September 22nd 2018 | £1285.00 per person | sorry, sold out

The unspoiled coastline of the Isle of Mull is dotted with historic monuments, dramatic cliffs, beautiful beaches and secluded coves just waiting to be explored. Offshore there are many islands to visit for a magical sea journey. The Treshnish Isles are teeming with wildlife and Staffa, with Fingals Cave is a geological marvel. The islands of Ulva, Gometra and Iona provide idyllic anchorages and excellent shore excursions and venturing north, the Cairns of Coll is a hot spot for basking sharks.

The Small Isles and sea lochs: wildlife havens, 6-night cruise

Elizabeth G: September 29th 2018| £1285.00 per person | sorry, sold out
                      October 6th 2018       | £1285.00 per person | 1 double cabin only

There is a special time of year, and an area of the west coast, that is an amazing hub for wildlife. Autumn is a wonderful time to be at sea in the Hebrides for spotting dolphins, porpoises and minke whales. Eagles and sea birds are at their highest number, basking sharks are still around, seals and otters are plentiful. The cruise area is very scenic, visiting the “Small Isles” and the magnificent sea lochs of Mull and Ardnamurchan with excellent guided walking opportunities on shore.