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Cruises visiting Mousa & all Mousa cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Mousa in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Mousa is a small island just a few kilometres offshore from east coast of Mainland Shetland, about 24 kms south of Lerwick in far north Scotland. It has been uninhabited since the nineteenth century, and is known for an Iron Age round tower and the large Storm-petrel breeding colonies, now a Special Protection Area.

Almost divided in two by inlets, East and West Hams, the island is 2.4 km long and 1.6 km at its widest. The Norse actually named it North Isle and South Isle. Mousa Broch is the best preserved Iron Age fortification in the British Isles. The 2000 year old round tower stands above a rocky shoreline, one of a pair of brochs guarding Mousa Sound. Visible from each other as beacons, the other one is at Burland on the Mainland is far less well preserved.

Mousa’s fertile soil supports a rich diversity of plants, including sheep’s-bit and creeping willow in the herb-rich grassland, despite the wind, salt spray and grazing by sheep. The island supports large colonies of grey and common seals, and is home to a large population of Guillemots, Arctic Terns and Storm-petrels.