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L'Austral - 264 Guests

Musical Adventure In Celtic Lands

In partnership with RADIO CLASSIQUE, with the exceptional presence onboard of Alain Duault.




  • A musical cruise in partnership with RADIO CLASSIQUE, in the presence of Alain Duault.
  • Between Dublin and Glasgow, sail into the heart of Celtic shores, lands of magic and legends.
  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites: from Belfast the mysterious Giant’s Causeway site.
  • The Isle of Man and its capital, Douglas, a postcard from United Kingdom of yesteryear with a Victorian atmosphere.
  • Explore the beautiful coastal scenery of the Highlands from Oban.
  • Iona, the sacred island of Scotland, and its abbey dating back to the Middle Ages.


Rates are listed per person
Start DateEnd DateFrom EURFrom USD
Apr 27, 2023May 04, 20234,310 4,687
Rates are listed per person
Start DateEnd DateFrom EURFrom USD
Apr 27, 2023May 04, 20234,310 4,687


27 APRIL 2023 - DUBLIN

Embarkation 27/04/2023 from 16:00 to 17:00
Departure 27/04/2023 at 18:00

The Irish capital stretches along the banks of the Liffey to Dublin bay, on the East coast of Ireland. Discover Ireland`s warm conviviality in the pedestrian district of Temple Bar. Its cobbled streets are brimming with fabulous shops, pubs and arts centres. Next to Trinity College, famous for its 18th century library, you can stroll along Grafton Street: in one of its famous tea shops, try a delicious scone and clotted cream served hot and melt-in-the-mouth with jam. Not far from here, the majestic O`Connell bridge leads you to the avenue with the same name, on which Spire, a luminous contemporary sculpture presides.


Arrival 28/04/2023 early morning
Departure 28/04/2023 early afternoon

The capital city of Northern Ireland is located on the very tip ofBelfast Lough, in the north-east of the Emerald Isle. Along thewaterfront, the building shaped like a fragmented liner is non otherthan the Titanic Belfast, a homage to the famous transatlantic liner,with full-scale reconstructions making for an insightful experience ofthe Belle Epoque. In the historical centre, you`ll also travel back intime when you see the majestic Edwardian columns of the City Hall, andthe imposing neo-gothic towers of Queen`s University for example. Thecarved wooden facades of the Victorian pubs will certainly entice youin for a pint of beer or chilled cider.


Arrival 29/04/2023 early morning
Departure 29/04/2023 early afternoon

A small coastal town located in the South Wales, Fishguard will offeryou a peaceful stop during your cruise. Nestling in the hollow of twohills, the city, once a Viking trading post, is now the ideal startingpoint for exploring the Welsh countryside. Across its vast expanses offertile land, its green valleys and its magnificent moors, the regionwill reveal its rich historical heritage to you. Among other things,you will be able to visit mediaeval Pembroke Castle, renowned for itsimpressive architecture and the illustrious people who have livedthere, such as Gerald de Windsor.


Arrival 30/04/2023 early morning
Departure 30/04/2023 evening

The fast-moving and appealing city of Liverpool sprawls along the banksof the River Mersey. This former bastion of industry in England`snorth-west has found its second wind, thanks especially to the highlysuccessful redevelopment of its docks, listed as a UNESCO WorldHeritage site since 2004. The city, the Beatles birthplace, has lots tooffer to its visitors. While a walk down the Waterfront from Pier Headto Albert Dock is a major highlight you will also love the quality ofmuseums such as the Walker Art Gallery and the wealth of architecturein the city. But what will really impress you is the playful andopen-minded spirit of its inhabitants, which John Lennon referred to as"positive energy".

1 MAY 2023 - DOUGLAS

Arrival 01/05/2023 early morning
Departure 01/05/2023 early afternoon

Douglas is the capital of the Isle of Man, a self-governing island inthe Irish Sea between England and Ireland. The Isle of Man isbest-known for its gruelling annual TT motorbike race but Douglasitself is a charming traditional seaside resort. The stroll along thebusy promenade is very popular, as well as the visit of the ManxMuseum, which retraces the island`s fascinating Celtic and Vikingheritage. It is possible to take a steam train into the mountainousinterior, where medieval castles and pretty villages and farms can beobserved.


Arrival 02/05/2023 early morning
Departure 02/05/2023 mid morning

Of all the islands in the Inner Hebrides, Iona is by far the mostconducive to contemplation and meditation. And for good reason... it ishere that St Columba landed from Ireland in 563 and undertook toestablish Christianity in Scotland. Now an abbey, the island`s truespiritual centre stands where the ancient monastery founded by theIrish missionary was built. Many kings of Scotland, including thelegendary Macbeth, are buried in the nearby cemetery. In sunny weather,arriving on the Isle of Iona is a stunningly beautiful experience.


Arrival 02/05/2023 early afternoon
Departure 02/05/2023 evening

Located at the northernmost tip of the lovely Isle of Mull, Tobermoryhas to be one of the most beautiful natural seaports on Scotland`s WestCoast. Founded in 1788, this ancient fishing village has been convertedto a leisure port highly appreciated today for its surroundings and thequiet charm it exudes. You will definitely be won over by the row ofmany-storied houses on the hillside, illuminating the harbour withtheir vibrant colours. Although the real spectacle is outdoors, no lessinteresting are the Mull Museum dedicated the local history and theexhibitions at the An Tobar art gallery.


Arrival 03/05/2023
Departure 03/05/2023 early afternoon

Oban is on the west coast of Scotland, opposite the Isle of Mull. It isthe capital of the county of Argyll, a rural region of the Highlandsconsidered to be the cradle of Scotland. Coming from Ireland, the Gaelssettled here, bringing their language and culture. From "the LittleBay", its name in Scottish Gaelic, you will arrive in Kilmartin Glen,the site renowned for having the largest concentration of Neolithic andBronze Age remains in Scotland. Among this spectacular site`s 350ancient monuments, you will discover standing stones, alignments ofcairns and stone circles. Glen Coe Valley will then reveal its dramaticlandscapes, shaped by volcanic activity. This valley, one of thewildest in Scotland, has been used as a location for the seriesOutlander. The discovery of the region will end with a visit to awhisky distillery, a unique opportunity to taste an exceptional product.


Arrival 04/05/2023 early morning
Disembarkation 04/05/2023 at 08:00

In the heart of the Clyde Valley, the bustling city of Glasgowcontrasts starkly with the wild beauty of the surrounding countryside.Scotland`s biggest city overflows with landmarks from its extensiveartistic heritage and outstanding architectural tradition. The city`schequerboard layout makes walking through the major pedestrianthoroughfares easy: go with the flow and let the lively streetatmosphere take you past the many Victorian monuments. Don`t miss thecollections on display in the numerous museums and art galleries. TheKelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is an outstanding example.

L'Austral (Luxury Expedition, 264-guests)

This superb mega-yacht with 132 staterooms is the result of the expertise of the Italian Fincantieri shipyard and French sophistication, as interpreted by designer Jean-Philippe Nuel. L'Austral remains faithful to our philosophy - to create a unique atmosphere, a subtle blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being.

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