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Cruises visiting Isle of Islay & all Isle of Islay cruises for  2019

View Isle of Islay 2019 cruises for 2 ships listing 3 cruises from Isle of Islay with today's best deals!

The Isle of Islay - pronounced ‘eye-la’ – is the southernmost of the 35 islands of the Inner Hebrides, off the west coast of Scotland. It is known as "The Queen of the Hebrides". Today one quarter of its 3000 inhabitants speak Scottish Gaelic. Ireland lies 33 km to the south, across the North Irish Sea. On a clear day you can see over to Ireland. The residents are most welcoming of visitors as evidenced by their very ‘homey’ yet sophisticated Inns. Its main commercial activities are agriculture, malt whisky distillation, and tourism. The main attractions for tourists are the scenery, history, bird watching and the world-famous whiskies.

It is a beautiful island with a dozen beaches where one can really relax as the island is not crowded with tourists, and visit several historical sites. There are cars and bikes to hire as well as good bus and taxi services. Its landscapes have been celebrated through various art forms, and recently schemes for renewable energy, both tidal and wave, from the dynamic North Atlantic. In 2011 the largest tidal array in the world was approved by the Scottish Government for the Sound of Islay, with 10 planned tidal turbines predicted to generate enough power for over 5,000 homes. The site offers both high currents and shelter from storms.

Islay has some fine wild brown trout and salmon fishing. The most spectacular prehistoric structure on the island is Dun Nosebridge. This 375 sq.m. Iron Age fort occupies a prominent crag and has commanding views of the surrounding landscape. Visitors also enjoy scuba diving around the many local wrecks, while others appreciate the delightful daily bird-watching tours on offer. You may also enjoy the opportunity to do some pony trekking at the Ballivicar Farm or the Rockside Pony Trekking Centre. Interestingly, the island with a population of 3000, is also home to 60,000 geese!

Cruises visiting Isle of Islay in 2019

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

14

MAY

L'Austral cruises

11

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

$8,400

$764

28

MAY

Scenic Eclipse cruises

10

NIGHTS

Scenic Eclipse cruises

$13,420

$1,342

28

MAY

Scenic Eclipse cruises

23

NIGHTS

Scenic Eclipse cruises

$26,520

$1,153

Isle of Islay cruises

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The Hebrides & Lofoten Cruise
Isle of Islay cruises from Isle of Islay 2019-2020-2021
11 nights from
$8,400
Discover the British Isles Cruise
Isle of Islay cruises from Isle of Islay 2019-2020-2021
10 nights from
$13,420