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Royal cruise ship visits London

The small cruise ship Hebridean Princess with Royal connections visited London at the end of July 2022.

In service since 1964, the vessel has been twice chartered by HM The Queen: first in July 2006 for a holiday cruising around Scottish Islands to celebrate her 80th birthday, and again in 2010 for another holiday in Scottish Islands.

The ship has a crew of 37 who service just 49 guests, who enjoy the considerable opulence of the staterooms and facilities.

Hebridean Princess is pictured cruising the River Thames after departure from London International Cruise Terminal (Tilbury) resuming her voyage to London.

 

Photo by Fraser Gray

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