Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines will return to Dover this month, offering a selection of late…
Explore the world with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines from only £699 per person, with free drinks and tips covered in new Cruise Sale
Embargoed until 9am on Wednesday, 1st December 2021
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has today unveiled its new Cruise Sale, offering the chance to explore the world on a selection of its hand-crafted sailings from only £699 per person.
Guests will also enjoy a complimentary all inclusive drinks package and benefit from Fred. Olsen covering the cost of their tips, on all new bookings made from today (1st December) until 1st February 2022.
More than 130 itineraries feature within the Cruise Sale, including scenic journeys made possible by the smaller size of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ships, as well as those timed to coincide with special events ashore.
Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said:
“Every year our talented Journey Planners handcraft our itineraries to ensure we are always offering something special for our guests when they sail with us. This incudes showcasing the beauty and benefits of our smaller ships, with their ability to sail size-restricted waterways and dock closer to the heart of some of the world’s most fascinating cities, while also ensuring that our guests can have special experiences ashore too.
“There are a real range of sailings included in our Cruise Sale, from scenic sailings and cultural discoveries, to short city breaks and sunshine escapes.
“After a day of exploring ashore, guests can step back on board knowing they will receive the same personal and attentive service from our crew for which we are known and loved. In addition, they can enjoy our many bars and lounges – including some new additions to the fleet aboard new ships Bolette and Borealis – with a complimentary drink, on us, with their all inclusive upgrade, to add that extra special touch to their holiday.”
Highlights of cruises in Fred. Olsen’s Cruise Sale include:
Bolette’s 13-night T2211 ‘French Riviera & Monaco Grand Prix’ cruise, departing from Southampton on 22nd May 2022. Prices start from £1,599 per person. Enjoy a complimentary all inclusive drinks upgrade and the cost of tips covered.
This cruise has been expertly crafted to offer the chance to attend the Monaco Grand Prix – one of the great sporting experiences – on tour from Villefranche.
Itinerary: Southampton, England – Alicante, Spain – Barcelona, Spain – Cannes, France – Villefranche, France – Bandol, France – Gibraltar, Gibraltar – Southampton, England
For more details: Visit T2211 ‘French Riviera & Monaco Grand Prix’
Braemar’s five-night M2216 ‘Springtime Norwegian Fjords in Five Nights’ cruise, departing from Edinburgh (Rosyth) on 2nd June 2022. Prices start from £799 per person. Enjoy a complimentary all inclusive drinks upgrade and the cost of tips covered.
Setting sail over the Bank Holiday weekend, Braemar takes advantage of the northerly departure port of Rosyth to bring guests the beauty of the Norwegian fjords in just give nights, including a sailing of size-restricted Lysefjord.
Itinerary: Edinburgh (Rosyth), Scotland – Cruising Lysefjord, Norway – Bergen, Norway – Olden, Norway – Cruising Nordfjord, Norway – Cruising by Hornelen, Norway – Edinburgh (Rosyth), Norway
For more details: Visit M2216 ‘Springtime Norwegian Fjords in Five Nights’
Borealis’ 15-night S2221 ‘Rugged & Rural Canada’ cruise, departing from Liverpool on 9th August 2022. Prices start from £2,199 per person. Enjoy a complimentary all inclusive drinks upgrade and the cost of tips covered.
This sailing has been hand-crafted to include many natural highlights within Canada’s remote, rural communities. Gros Morne National Park and the Cape Breton Highlands are two fine examples, reachable from Corner Brook and Sydney respectively. Visiting St John’s, renowned for its friendly locals, affords the chance to ramble Newfoundland’s coastal trails or visit Cape Spear lighthouse. Within reach of Halifax are a number of national parks, as well as charming coastal communities such as Peggy’s Cove.
Itinerary: Liverpool, England – St John’s, Newfoundland, Canada – Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada – Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada – Louisburg, Nova Scotia, Canada – Corner Brook, Canada – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Liverpool, England
For more details: Visit S2221 ‘Rugged & Rural Canada’
Balmoral’s 14-night L2228 ‘Baltic States with St Petersburg’ cruise, departing from Dover on 13th September 2022. Prices start from £1,799 per person. Enjoy a complimentary all inclusive drinks upgrade and the cost of tips covered.
Along with a host of cultural sites to discover on this sailing, there will be a scenic cruise along the Kiel Canal, only possible on smaller ships like Balmoral. An extended stay in St Petersburg allows ample time to visit iconic highlights, including the Russian ballet and a choice of cathedrals, palaces and museums. Gdansk’s UNESCO-listed Malbork Castle and the medieval old towns of Tallinn and Riga await your exploration, while in Stockholm you will have the chance to visit the Royal Palace – the official residence of the King of Sweden.
Itinerary: Dover, England – Kiel Canal Transit, Germany – Riga, Latvia – Stockholm, Sweden (overnight stay) – Tallinn, Estonia – St Petersburg, Russia (overnight stay) – Gdansk, Poland – Kiel Canal Transit, Germany – Dover, England
For more details: Visit L2228 ‘Baltic States with St Petersburg’
For group bookings and enquiries, please contact Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ dedicated Group Sales Department on 01473 746169 (Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm), or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information on Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, visit the website at www.fredolsencruises.com