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5th July 2017 • 8 nights • Sails from Liverpool • Boudicca • CRUISE ID: D1714 There’s no doubt cruising is the best way to truly appreciate the beauty of the captivating Scottish lochs; simply sit on deck and savour the string of picture-postcard locations that unfold before your eyes. There are many chances to delve deep into history too, from the 5,000 year-old Neolithic village of Skara Brae, to the ruins of Robert the Bruce’s 14th porpoises and seals inhabiting the calm waters, and an abundance of seabirds circling above too, including golden and sea eagles. What’s more, amongst the breathtaking surroundings, you may spot otters, deer and wild goats. Cruising by Fingal’s Cave This fascinating sea-cave has been rated as the top UK scenic cruising highlight by Fred. Olsen guests and often draws comparisons with the famous Giant’s Causeway; you’re sure to be in for an unforgettable experience here. Keep your binoculars handy – it’s an ideal place for a spot of birdwatching too. Cruising Loch Linnhe Absorb spellbinding views and native wildlife from your ship as you drift along Loch Linnhe. The scenery here includes Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis – a sight sure to take your breath away. Fort William, Scotland At the northeast end of Loch Linnhe, and in the shadow of the mighty Ben Nevis – Britain’s highest mountain – Fort William is encircled by breathtaking vistas. A short distance away is picturesque Glen Nevis, which is packed with stunning scenery, from cascading waterfalls and wild flowers to the beautiful Nevis Gorge, and Neptune’s Staircase, an intriguing network of eight locks on the picturesque Caledonian Canal. 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. Lochs of Scotland From only £1,099 per person century castle, to legendary Loch Ness. Cruising Loch Fyne Keep a keen eye out for seals, otters and other marine fauna as you cruise the loch renowned for its oyster fishery. Tarbert, Loch Fyne, Scotland This quaint village is surrounded by rugged landscapes and renowned for its fresh, tasty seafood. Discover the ruins of Robert the Bruce’s 14th century castle, which sits above Tarbert with fantastic views over the pretty harbour and into the distance; stroll along the lovely shell beach of White Shore; or venture to Inveraray Castle and admire the fairytale-like turrets and walls patterned with medieval weaponry. 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. Cruising Firth of Lorn The 16 mile-long Firth of Lorn is a naturelover’s paradise, with whales, dolphins, Kirkwall Invergordon Ullapool Fort William Loch Linnhe Sound of Mull Fingal's Cave Duart Castle Loch Fyne Firth of Lorn Tarbert Liverpool Loch Broom Tobermory Single friendly: We will always offer an Ocean View Twin Room at a reduced price for sole occupancy. Please call for details. All of the following included from only £138 per person, per night: Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, 5-course à la carte dinner, late night buffet & self-service tea & coffee • Varied daytime activities • Lectures & talks • Swimming pools, Jacuzzis & gym • Choice of live evening entertainment • 2 formal nights Rivers & Waterways UK & Ireland Upgrade prices per person, per night from > Ocean View Room: £25 | Balcony Room: £100 | Suite: £113 | Single Rooms from > £1,799 Prices are correct at time of going to print, but may change at any time. Call for latest prices. 128 Date Arrive Depart Destination JULY 2017 Wed 05 PM Liverpool Thu 06 early am early pm Cruising Loch Fyne Thu 06 early pm late pm Tarbert, Loch Fyne, Scotland D Fri 07 early am late pm Tobermory, Isle of Mull D Fri 07 late pm late pm Cruising Sound of Mull Fri 07 late pm late pm Cruising by Duart Castle Fri 07 late pm late pm Cruising Firth of Lorn Fri 07 late night late night Cruising by Fingal's Cave Sat 08 early am early am Cruising Loch Linnhe Sat 08 early am late pm Fort William, Scotland D Sat 08 late pm late night Cruising Loch Linnhe Sun 09 early am late pm Ullapool, Scotland D Sun 09 late pm late pm Cruising Loch Broom Mon 10 early am late night Kirkwall, Orkney Islands Tue 11 early am late pm Invergordon, Scotland Wed 12 Cruising Thu 13 AM Liverpool D Anchor Port Visit fredolsencruises.com, contact your travel agent or call 0800 0355 105


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