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The Hebridean Princess docks in Dartmouth

A PRESTIGIOUS cruise ship, the only one ever to be chartered by the Royal Familly, entered Dartmouth Harbour earlier today.

The ultra-luxurious Hebridean Princess arrived in Dartmouth at around 10.25am this morning with 69 passengers on board. The guests are enjoying exceptional standards of service on a ‘Grand Celtic Voyage ‘ which started in Oban, Scotland.

Chief operating officer, Ken Charleson said: “I am delighted the Hebridean Princess is returning to Dartmouth after an absence of four years.

“The mooring is very special and in such a wonderful setting, almost in the town centre and with so many local attractions, guests really are spoiled for choice.

The boat, which was built in 1964, was hired by the Queen following a re-fit to take herself and the rest of the Royal Family around Scotland.

Don Proctor, local photographer, said: “As the boat is obviously named after a female, the boat was supposed to arrive into Dartmouth at 10.45am, but didn’t dock until 11.25am.”

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