The Coronavirus is obviously causing great concern to those planning cruises with us in the near future.
We are closely monitoring global developments regarding the Coronavirus (Covid-19) and are fully focused on protecting the health, safety and welfare of our guests and crew. We take the advice of both the UK and Scottish Governments.
We have cancelled all our cruises departing before Saturday 30th May, 2020 and are continually monitoring the situation ahead of that. Our first concern is your health. We have thought long and hard about this date including whether again we are being too optimistic. There are a lot of uncertainties but life has to go on and on the west coast we are better placed than most to offer a much needed break from self-isolation, which we think will be coming to an end about that date. We however will not take risks and will monitor the situation and change again is needed. We hope not. Our boats and crew are ready to go as unlike many of the larger events we can get going quickly.
Our 2021 calendar is filling up fast so we will be putting the cruise calendar for 2022 up later this week. Life has to go on. Keep checking the website.
Because of the present uncertainty we are reducuing the period for which full payments are needed to 2 weeks. This is we think the minimum you will need to plan travel and ourselves to get the boats ready to welcome you.
However, the one thing that is not uncertain is the outstanding scenery and wildlife of the west coast of Scotland or the welcome and hospitality you will receive onboard. We hope to provide a total relief from the current stresses.
Once cruises resume, we will obviously be following any additional measures the government requires to minimise the covid-19 threat. We will share these with you. Under normal circumstances we have strict hygiene procedures in place to prevent cross contamination by illnesses such as norovirus. Our vessels are well ventilated relying on fresh air not air conditioning and cruises are relatively short in duration, not far from safe ports. The essence of our cruises is to explore the Hebrides and other remote locations and islands. It's not unusual for many of our landings to be accomplished in complete isolation, 'far from the madding crowd'. Ideal for normal life resuming.
Information for overseas guests
Exclusive small-ship cruises on the west coast of Scotland
The idyllic coastlines and islands of the west coast of Scotland and the Hebrides are best visited from the sea. Our four mini-cruise ships provide charming and spacious accommodation with ensuite cabins for your island-hopping adventure. With a choice of several exclusive itineraries, soak in the fabulous scenery while enjoying excellent food and hospitality on board. Read our guest reviews to find out what our guests think in their own words. They explain, so much better than we can, what is so special and unique about our cruises!
The Majestic Line scoops 'Innovation in Tourism Award'
We were thrilled to receive the award for 'Innovation in Tourism' at the Highlands and Islands Enterprise Tourism Awards 2019. To find out more click here
Book your cruises for 2020 and 2021 now!
Our cruise calendars for 2020 and 2021 are available so why not book now? Please take a look at our online cruise calendar for your preferred date. check availability here>
Private Cruise Charter
Private cruise charter is only available on dates which have no previous bookings. Our 2020 and 2021 calendars are now online to help get the best date choice for charter. So why not gather your favourite people together to book a private cruise charter - it is the ultimate choice to celebrate that very special occasion, enjoying the freedom to do exactly as you please with our full onboard service.View private cruise charter availability here>