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Cruises to St. Kilda

A Stone Storage Hut, on the Isles of St Kilda, Scotland with a Vessel in the Water Near Scenic Mountains in the Background (Photo: Navin Mistry/Shutterstock)

About St. Kilda

A British Isles gem that's often included on Outer Hebrides cruise itineraries, St. Kilda is the Scottish destination of your dreams. Expect to see sweeping ocean views, dramatic landscapes, ancient ruins, sky-high sea cliffs and rare bird species on this remote island.

St. Kilda itself is an archipelago, encompassing Hirta, Dun, Soay and Boreray. For wildlife watchers, there's much to see, including one of the largest seabird colonies in the Atlantic and even an ancient breed of sheep.

St. Kilda is a UNESCO World Heritage site and there are no overnight accommodations here (although visitors may camp).

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Silver Cloud Expedition
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Silver Cloud Expedition

17 Night
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37 Reviews
Leaving:Lisbon
Cruise Line:Silversea Cruises
$15,390
$11,610*pp
$683/night • suite

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National Geographic Explorer
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National Geographic Explorer

16 Night
Cruise to St. KildaDetails

46 Reviews
Leaving:London
Cruise Line:Lindblad Expeditions
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Hanseatic Nature
Hanseatic Nature
Hanseatic Nature

10 Night
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Leaving:Dublin
Cruise Line:Hapag-Lloyd Cruises
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Why go to St. Kilda?

Pros:

The uninhabited island restricts visitor numbers, so it’s never crowded.

Cons:

Prepare for strong winds and unpredictable weather.

Bottom Line:

This hauntingly beautiful island is home to pristine natural wonders and ancient historical sites.


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