MV Hebridean Princess

Hebridean Island Cruises Limited
Former Names:  Columba

Hebridean Princess is a little gem of a ship that offers a stately home experience with wonderful scenery. The two public rooms are comfortably furnished in country house style.  Hebridean Princess passengers tend to be Discerning, wealthy, 50+ and Mostly British. When all cabins have double occupancy, the ship provides a space ratio of 78.2 tons per passenger and a crew to passenger ratio of one for every 0.7 passengers. At full capacity the space ratio is 43.1 tons per passenger and the crew ratio is one to 1.3 passengers.
Size Very Small
Rating
Built 1964
Refit 1989
Tonnage 2112
Passengers (Min/Max) 27/49
Crew 38
Officers British
CABINS
Total  30
Individually designed and decorated cabins vary in size from reasonable to good and are well equipped with draped curtains over beds. All but two have a private bath or shower room. 
Balcony  4
Ocean View  20
Inside  6
Single  11
Cabin Details Cabins Deckplans
FITNESS & LEISURE
Pools Out/In  0/0
There are bicycles for inland excursions, speed boat, fishing gear, rowing boat and mini gym. The ship carries a Zodiac for coastal trips and wildlife watching with all the outdoor clothing necessary for cold and wet weather exploration.
Jacuzzis  0
Fitness Centre  Yes
Sauna  No
Steam Room  No
Deck Space  Limited
RESTAURANTS
The delightful Columba Restaurant has ocean view windows and features outstanding fresh, locally sourced cuisine and service. The breakfasts are informal and two nights there is a formal gala evening. Main Dining Rooms  1
Sittings  1
Non Smoking  Yes
Alternative Dining  0
 ENTERTAINMENT
There are small partially covered promenade deck areas and adequate open deck space but no pool. The principal lounge is the Tiree with an inglenook fireplace and homely bar, wooden clad library, conservatory and the look out lounge with panoramic views.  Show Lounges 0
Cinema No
Library Yes
Casino No
DRESS CODE
Casual and comfortable during the day. Evenings range from smart casual (shirt & trousers) to informal (jacket and tie for gentlemen and casual elegance for ladies). Formal evenings require a suit or dinner jacket for men and a cocktail dress for ladies.
TIPPING
All tips are included in your price.
 DISABLED
Wheelchair cabins 0
Wheelchair access is unsuitable. There are no facilities for disabled passengers.
Lifts 0
 CHILDREN
The rating for children is Unsuitable. There are no special arrangements for children. Those under nine years are not accepted. 

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