Stromness harbour. Stromness is a picturesque waterfront town in the Orkney Islands and the port of MV Hamnavoe, NorthLink's ship which sails from Scrabster on the Scottish Mainland

Discover Orkney

Scrabster – Stromness – Scrabster

Departing on Monday – Friday (all year round)
Saturdays 1 June – 31 August only
If requiring Land services on a day return it is not possible on Saturdays (excluding 1 June – 31 August) and Sundays

Complete package includes:

The Ring of Brodgar, OrkneyDay One – Touring Orkney

0845 – Depart from Scrabster, Thurso on the MV Hamnavoe, for the sail past St john’s Head, the highest vertical cliff in Britain, and the famous Old Man of Hoy, the UK’s tallest sea stack.

1015 – Arrive in Stromness, meet your qualified local guide and visit World Heritage sites of Skara Brae, Stones of Stenness, Ring of Brodgar, plus Skaill House and Scapa Flow.
Lunch at leisure in Kirkwall and view St. Magnus Cathedral

1645 – Depart Stromness

1815 – Arrive Scrabster

The touring itinerary may be subject to change for April and October departures. For customers requiring longer stays in Orkney, all return journey’s can be made (subject to availability) to your own request.

Include a visit to Highland ParkHighland Park Distillery Tours, Orkney – Britain’s most Northerly whisky distillery. Contact us for full details and prices.

Price per person includes:

  • NorthLink cruise ferry crossings for coach and guests: Scrabster – Stromness – Scrabster
  • Qualified Orkney Guide for full day tour of the island and itinerary planning
  • All service bookings


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