THE small cruise liner, MS Hebridean Sky, which anchored off Llandudno has sailed for Peel on the Isle of Man.

The 4,200 tons displacement craft is cruising between Plymouth and Fairlie in Scotland, and left Llandudno on the evening of Monday May 13 for Peel, after spending the day at Llandudno. Her previous port of call was Fishguard.

She is owned by Noble Caledonia which conducts cruises around the British Isles and as far afield as the Arctic and Antarctic, Africa, the Mediterranean, Japan, Norway, Alaska, the Black Sea and many other places. As a small ship she is able to visit remote destinations well off the beaten tourist track.