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The Joys of Small Ships

 Thank you to Trevor and Sue Rowe for these memories

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Since our first trip on Caledonia Star in the early 1990s, to our most recent on Caledonian Sky, coincidentally both in the South Pacific, we have always known the reasons we choose Noble Cal's small ships; The small ports, the great destinations, the wonderful crews and passengers, the food, the wine, the unique experiences, and the fun!

The photos below, from around the world, prove why we love your expeditions ships. We will be back as soon as we allowed, for as long as we can!

So many memories, so many new friends, and a life time of experiences. Thank you.

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Images: top and above left Son of Krakatoa; above centre and right Island Sky in Turkey 

 

 

 

Thank you to Mr and Mrs Coulson for the images below

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Hebridean Sky approaching Staffa 6 September 2018, we had just been to see Fingal's Cave. We were excited to see her as we would be joining on our first Noble Caledonia cruise the next day, Oban to Portsmouth. Little did we know that we would return on 8th September for Captains welcome cocktails whilst sailing past Fingal's Cave heading for Giant’s Causeway, the Pap’s of Jura are visible on the horizon.

 

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Hebridean Sky exiting The Sound of Mull bound for Oban the next day. Mull in the background, taken from Cal Mac ferry, 6 September 2018.

 

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11 October 2019 view of Etna erupting with Sea Cloud II in the foreground taken from the Serenissima (early morning). We visited Etna that morning and heard later that the airports had had to close in the afternoon because of the eruption.