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Fort chosen as first port of call for Hebridean Princess mystery tour

FORT William played host to guests on a magical mystery tour recently.

On April 19, the Hebridean Princess sailed into Loch Linnhe but, in an unusual twist, most of the people on board had no idea where they were going until they arrived.

Sarah Kennedy, from the Fort William Marina and Shoreline Company, told Lochaber Times the Hebridean Princess organises two ‘surprise tours’ a year - one in the spring and one in the autumn. During these tours, it is basically up to the captain where he wants to go and the guests and crew don’t have any idea where they are headed for the eight or nine days.

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