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The Majestic Line expands fleet

The Majestic Line has expanded its fleet with a motor-cruiser that will offer couples scheduled itineraries and private charter for up to six guests.

The Majestic Line expands fleet

The Majestic Line has expanded its fleet with a motor-cruiser that will offer couples scheduled itineraries and private charter for up to six guests.

With its five existing small ships almost sold out for 2023, the Majestic Line has moved to meet further demand with the introduction of Glen Rosa, offering a different sailing experience.

Due to launch in April of next year, the new boat, which will sail from Oban features one double en-suite cabin and two en-suite twins.

Glen Rosa will sail the Inner Hebrides including the popular islands of Mull and Skye.  She will follow the scheduled itineraries of Glen Massan and Glen Tarsan, as highlighted on ‘Cruising with Jane McDonald’. 

One of The Majestic Line’s owners, Ken Grant said “Glen Rosa is the perfect small ship to enjoy a unique cruising experience at an affordable price.  The west coast of Scotland has so much to offer, amazing scenery and stunning wildlife.  We look forward to welcoming guests onboard her next year.”

themajesticline.co.uk

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