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Sound of Mull Glencoe Tobermory «RECOMMENDED EXPERIENCE Explore the adventures and myths of the legendary ‘Nessie’ on a relaxing cruise tour on the famous waters of Loch Ness, followed by an exploration of Inverness, ‘Capital of the Highlands’. Kirkwall, Orkney Islands Situated on the beautiful Orkney Islands, and home to a range of wildlife, including migrating Arctic Terns, Kirkwall is surrounded by gloriously rugged countryside just begging to be explored. Alternatively, venture to the dominating St. Magnus Cathedral – the northernmost on the British Isles; discover the 5,000 year-old Neolithic village of Skara Brae; or tour to the Highland Park Distillery. Ullapool, Scotland From the award-winning Ullapool Museum – located in a Telford-designed church – to the town clock, claimed to be the most photographed in Scotland, there is plenty to explore and discover in Ullapool. The town’s appeal extends even further with the spellbinding views it affords over Loch Broom and its flanking hills. Cruising Loch Broom Dominated by wild, mountainous landscapes, Loch Broom is a showcase of the breathtaking, unspoilt charm of this part of the world. Tobermory, Isle of Mull Pretty Tobermory is best known for its brightly-coloured houses that line the waterfront, although the Mull Museum and Tobermory Distillery are well worth a visit too. Admire the beautiful landscapes on the picturesque Isles of Mull and Iona, or take a trip on the Sound of Mull for the chance to spot Minke Whales, seals and guillemots. Cruising Sound of Mull & by Duart Castle Sailing along the scenic Sound of Mull shows just how beautiful the natural landscapes of the British Isles can be. You’ll pass the pretty 13th century Duart Castle, an arresting sight from any angle, especially from the comfort of your ship. Loch Ness For adult travellers only This cruise is for guests aged 18 and above only. UK & Ireland Rivers & Waterways View destination and ship videos at www.cruisewithfred.tv 121


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