The Plan Was…..

The plan was then to steam on board Hebridean Princess South through the Outer Hebrides to Harris for a tour of the island including a Harris Tweed weaving demonstration. The following day we were due to sail to the islands of North and South Uist

There we planned to embark on a tour of the Uists, including Benbecula, before returning to the ship for lunch. In the afternoon we were to tour the Isle of Eriskay including Prince’s Bay where Bonnie Prince Charlie first set foot on British soil.

On our final full day we planned to cruise across the Sea of the Hebrides to the Isle of Rum and Kinloch Castle built in Annan Sandstone by the Lancastrian Industrialist Sir George Bullough as his country retreat.

Approaching Harris aboard Hebridean Princess
Approaching Harris aboard Hebridean Princess
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