The largest ship of the cruise season – by tonnage – arrived at Lerwick Harbour this weekend in what has been the port’s busiest summer with cruise ships yet.
Norwegian Getaway, operated by Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line, arrived at 8am on Saturday on her maiden visit to the harbour.
A total of 132 cruise ships have called into Lerwick this season.
On board the 326-metre, 145,655 gross tonne ship, there are six options for dining including cafes and restaurants, five bar areas, a Starbucks and a spa.
Passengers can also make use of the onboard water park, gym facilities and sports courts, which can be used for sports such as basketball.
On a 16-day round northern Europe voyage, 3,855 passengers from 41 countries were on board.
Members from Lerwick’s Jarl Squad were on hand to welcome the passengers to mark her maiden visit to Shetland.