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03 July 2009
A Princess comes to the Cromarty Firth

The 950-foot long Crown Princess made her maiden visit to Invergordon today, and some of her 3000 passengers and crew went dolphin-watching with Cromarty-based EcoVentures.

As well as taking three boatloads of wildlife-watchers around the Moray Firth today, EcoVentures also has summer bookings for passengers on the AIDAcara, AIDAaura, Norwegian Jade and Crown Princess on two further visits to the Cromarty Firth in July and August. Most cruise liner excursions take passengers to tourist destinations such as the Castle of Mey, Dunrobin, Cawdor Castle, Loch Ness, and Culloden.