Cruise Reports 2013
Our Skippers are very busy running the cruises but whenever we can, we try to provide a detailed Skippers Log of our cruises.
A Majestic Line cruise is the very antithesis of a rigid, planned route; guests really do have a lot of flexibility and choice on what they would like to do each day. We know that our guests really enjoy this aspect of our cruises because they tell us and many come back to cruise with us again and again. Each itinerary depends very much on the wind direction and tide conditions, even in perfect weather, to ensure that our anchorages are the best on offer. We do get rain and strong winds on some weeks and we alter the itinerary accordingly, making use of sheltered anchorages and on shore facilities to ensure guests have an enjoyable week.
For the past two seasons we have been blessed with good weather for much of the season; and even if it rains it is usually for no longer than a couple of days. On many cruises guests experience the full range of Scottish weather conditions in one week. When it is calm and sunny there is simply no better place to be than on board one of our vessels and if the weather is more inclement, there are often very dramatic skies to enjoy from the comfort of the vessel. Our crews are expert at ensuring our guests are entertained, and served exceptional food, whatever the weather.
Please do read the Skippers Logs which we have so far this season; these make it clear that every cruise really is different with a variety of wonderful anchorages, shore visits and scenery on offer. On all cruises, the Skipper will present the options for the day and consult with guests and from that he will make the decision, which is final.