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From the booking process through to disembarking after the cruise, the service from Fred. Olsen’s staff and crew was excellent. independent customer reviews UK & Ireland Special Event 137 Edinburgh largest town. From Scrabster you can explore the beautiful surrounding landscapes; savour the traditional Scottish tipple at the Old Pulteney whisky distillery; or venture to the iconic village of John O’Groats. 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. Oban, Scotland Oban’s panoramic surroundings – which are shaped by stunning mountains, lochs and islands – have inspired artists, authors and poets for centuries. Small yet fascinating, it’s a humble Scottish treasure home to warmhearted cafés, award-winning restaurants, a charming local whisky distillery and the prominent McCaig’s Tower, which overlooks the town. Belfast, Northern Ireland Northern Ireland’s vibrant capital has a long list of star attractions. Visit the Titanic Quarter for the Harland and Wolff shipyard and the unmistakable, star-shaped Titanic Belfast; admire unrivalled views from Cave Hill; or take a tour to uncover the mythology of the natural phenomenon that is the Giant’s Causeway. The Braemar Highland Games View destination and ship videos at www.cruisewithfred.tv


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