Your chauffeur will meet you at the docks of Newhaven near Lieth and will take you on a journey through the outskirts of Edinburgh, South Queensferry with the iconic Forth Rail bridge and some pictoresque villages on the way to St Andrews.
Packed with information we should arrive in St.Andrews approximately 1hour 40min later.
On arrival in “the home of golf” You will get a welcome highlight tour of the town leaving you ready to explore.
If you choose for a day tour we will provide a chauffeur guide who will take you past the lesser tourist prone spots. These sightseeing tours are adjusted to any type of group dynamic and amedable in any weather condition or spirit of the day.
Please do let us know if you have anything particular in mind, we can build your sightseeing day trip in Scotland around it.
We pick you up at New haven cruise ship sea port to travel to St.Andrews.
After disembarking the ship your driver will welcome you at the pier with a name sign.
Heading north over the River Forth to the Kingdom of Fife where you can view the Forth Rail Bridge, the second longest cantilever bridge in the world.
We’ll swing around the coastal villages of East Neuk (‘neuk’ is the old Scots word for ‘corner’) calling at:
- Lower Largo,
Birthplace of Alexander Selkirk also known as Alexander Selcraig, was a Scottish sailor who spent four years as a castaway after being marooned on an uninhabited island in the South Pacific Ocean. His story aroused great interest at home, and Daniel Defoe’s fictional character Robinson Crusoe was based in part on him.
A small and secluded and picturesque fishing village famous for its yearly arts festival
Was originally founded as a fishing village and is home to the Scottish Fisheries Museum. Its main industry is now tourism. You can enjoy the finest local fish and chips here
Because these villages are so unspoiled, and have been almost bypassed by the 20th century, it will almost feel like you have taken a trip back in time.
When we arrive in St. Andrews we take the time to drive around St.Andrews and show you the main points of interest, you will receive a map of the town and have time to stroll around at your own leisure to explore the this beautiful medieval town
For the Golf enthusiasts we offer a group picture taken on the Swilcan Bridge which spans over the burn of the 18th hole of the Old Course.
On our way back south we can depending on the time available visit Falkland Palace (Once home of Mary Queen of Scots and the royal hunting lodge of the Stewart Dynasty, lovingly restored in the 1890’s by the Marquis of Bute) and its setting in the lovely town of Falkland.
Whether your main interest is in history, golf, St Andrews University, or simply shopping, St Andrews has so much to offer the visitor.
You can visit the ruined cathedral and castle, and enjoy the unique atmosphere of the town, which is home to Scotland’s oldest university. If you are a golfer, you will want to see the world-famous Old Course, where the British Open Championship is held every five years, as well as the ‘Royal & Ancient’ clubhouse and the British Golf Museum.
There is the opportunity to visit Kingsbarns distillery which is located 20min south of St Andrews
We bring you back well in time to set sail on the next tide to proceed your dream cruise.
Please get in touch and we will do what we can to give you that unforgettable day tour in Scotland.
New haven cruise ship port dock to St.Andrews
We’ve welcomed tourists from The Minerva, Marco Polo, Nautica, Royal Princess, mv Voyager,
Star Legend, Boudicca, mv Minerva, ms Eurodam, Wind Surf, Britannia, Albatros,
Ocean Princess, Artania, Saga Pearl II