Prince Charles and Camilla's Diamond Jubilee Isle of Man Tour Details Revealed
Britain's Prince Charles (2nd L) and his wife, Duchess of Cornwall Camilla (L), pose with Sweden's King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia in front of a model of Swedish warship Vasa at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm March 24, 2012. Vasa sunk in 1628 on her maiden voyage and was recovered after 333 years in the waters of Stockholm's Strom. Reuters

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will visit the Isle of Man on 26 April, 2012 as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee tour.

The visit will be the first tour of Charles' since 2000 and the first ever for Camilla.

The Press Association reports that during the trip, the royal couple will visit the Team Royal London 360 Isle of Man Cycling Club at the National Sports Centre in Douglas to watch young people in an outdoor cycle race before meeting world champion cyclist Peter Kennaugh.

They will then travel to the island of Peel where they will meet local food producers and young farmers and view some of their goods at the House of Manannan. Apart from this, they will be introduced to representatives from charities and politicians.

According to the BBC, Charles and Camilla will then meet local fishermen on the quayside in Peel, before attending the launch of the regeneration of the Isle of Man Food Park in Peel, touring a sustainable scallop processing facility and unveiling a plaque to mark the start of the redevelopment.

Their tour will finally conclude with Charles and Camilla meeting Royal National Lifeboat Institution volunteers, coastguards and members of the emergency services at Peel Lifeboat Station.

The tour marks the 60th anniversary of the Queen's accession to the throne. To celebrate the anniversary, members of the royal family are travelling to all Commonwealth realms, as well as to some Commonwealth countries, Crown dependencies and British Overseas Territories.

Earlier, Charles and Camilla also visited Norway, Sweden and Denmark during March, 2012 as part of the Jubilee celebrations.

The tour started in Oslo, Norway, with a ceremonial wreath laying at the National Memorial following which they engaged in a number of activities.

Their eight-day tour of the region saw the royal couple visiting Norway's second-largest city, Bergen, before travelling to Stockholm in Sweden, and then Copenhagen and Jutland in Denmark.

The tour had particular focus on improving commercial opportunities for British business to support economy, military co-operation, social cohesion and youth opportunities.