The luxury cruise ship HEBRIDEAN PRINCESS commenced her 2007 season on the Clyde, and is also paying another visit to the Firth for her penultimate cruise this year. Having departed from Oban, her usual base during her cruising season, on Wednesday evening, she has been on the Clyde since her arrival at Campbeltown on Friday night. On Saturday, she visited Arran, and spent Sunday on Loch Fyne, before anchoring in the Kyles of Bute last night. This morning, HEBRIDEAN PRINCESS was lying off Tighnabruaich, one of three neighbouring villages in the West Kyle and the only one still to boast a pier. Her passengers were given the opportunity to explore the village, being landed by one of the ship's own tenders at the pier.