Deep green landscapes as far as the eye can see, rugged rocky coasts against which the roaring sea rolls, castles and palaces that tell of their exciting past - discover with us the fascinating cultural treasures of Ireland and Scotland with their natural and cultural treasures.
Two impressive main cities await you in Dublin and Belfast before we set course for the Scottish islands. Here you will explore the wild landscapes of the Isle of Mull, the island of Lewis and Harris with its partly Caribbean-like beaches and Mainland, the largest of the Orkney Islands. Back on the mainland, Invergordon welcomes you as the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. In the surroundings of the tranquil harbour town, several excursion destinations entice you: Cawdor Castle, famous from Shakespeare's "Macbeth", the world-famous whiskey distillery Glenmorangie in Tain and, of course, the legendary Loch Ness. At the end of your cruise, you will get to know Scotland's urban side: After a visit to Aberdeen, which welcomes you as the "Silver City" with shimmering granite facades, you disembark in the capital Edinburgh with unforgettable impressions.
*valid for bookings until 30.11.2021
Let us inspire you. Here you will find some pictures and information about the cities on this route.
The MS Seaventure (former MS Bremen) has 82 cabins spread over 5 decks. Each cabin is equipped with a large panorama window, porthole or a private balcony (on deck 6 and 7). Besides, they have a comfortable bedroom/living area with elegant interior, spacious wardrobe and air conditioning. They are equipped with a modern flat-screen TV. This shows live transmission of the ship's outboard camera and also has a DVD system, satellite telephone and WiFi access. Each cabin has a fully stocked minibar with refreshments as well as a SPA bathrobe for every guest, hairdryer, travel alarm clock and private safe. Cabin service is offered from 7 am to 10 pm.