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First of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ new ships, Borealis, joins rest of the fleet in Rosyth

First of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ new ships, Borealis, joins rest of the fleet in Rosyth

News   •   Sep 04, 2020 16:13 BST

The first of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ two new ships, Borealis, has arrived in Rosyth, Scotland, joining the rest of the fleet.

All guests from Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ship Braemar arrive back into UK – 19/03/20 - 15.00

News   •   Mar 19, 2020 15:10 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that all four flights from Havana, Cuba, have now arrived back in the UK.

First guests from Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ship Braemar arrive back into UK at London’s Heathrow Airport

News   •   Mar 19, 2020 10:56 GMT

The first guests from Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ship Braemar have begun arriving back into the UK at London’s Heathrow Airport.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 18/03/2020 - 16.55

News   •   Mar 18, 2020 16:53 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that the repatriation of guests aboard Braemar back to the UK has now begun.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 18/03/2020 13.00

News   •   Mar 18, 2020 12:51 GMT

​Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ship Braemar has now come alongside in Port of Mariel, Havana, Cuba.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 17/03/2020 PM

News   •   Mar 17, 2020 20:18 GMT

​Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that flights to take guests aboard Braemar back to the UK will depart from Jose Marti Airport, Havana, from tomorrow (Wednesday, 18th March) evening.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 17/03/2020

News   •   Mar 17, 2020 15:10 GMT

​Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that Braemar is now standing approximately five miles off the coast of Havana, Cuba.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 16/03/2020 16.45 GMT

News   •   Mar 16, 2020 16:43 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that our ship Braemar is now on her way to Cuba where guests will be repatriated back to the UK by air.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 16/03/2020 14.00 GMT

News   •   Mar 16, 2020 13:56 GMT

​The Captain of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines ship Braemar has announced on board that he is setting to sail to Cuba, where all guests will be repatriated back to the UK by air.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 16/03/2020

News   •   Mar 16, 2020 09:48 GMT

​Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that Braemar, currently at anchor in The Bahamas, has taken on supply of food, medication and ship supplies, after a delivery via cargo ship from Freeport overnight.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 15/03/2020 17:30 GMT

News   •   Mar 15, 2020 17:30 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that our ship Braemar remains at anchor in The Bahamas – where supplies are being shipped across from Freeport.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 15/03/2020

News   •   Mar 15, 2020 13:10 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines ship Braemar remains at anchor in The Bahamas today (Sunday, 15th March, 2020) to take on board supplies – while diplomatic discussions continue to get passengers home as quickly as possible.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 14/03/2020

News   •   Mar 14, 2020 12:51 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that our ship ‘Braemar’ has arrived in The Bahamas, where it has been offered ‘safe haven’ to take on food, fuel, medication and other supplies for those on board.

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines voluntarily pauses departures until 23rd May 2020

News   •   Mar 13, 2020 15:09 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has taken the difficult decision to pause our cruise operations for a period of time, as many other cruise operators have already done. This is in light of the recent announcement from the UK Government which advises those aged over 70, or with underlying health issues, not to take cruise holidays.

​Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines – media statement – March 13th AM

News   •   Mar 13, 2020 10:27 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise lines can confirm that our ship Braemar is still heading to The Bahamas, where we have been given permission to come alongside in order to take on supplies and medication.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 12/03/2020

News   •   Mar 12, 2020 10:34 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that we have been required to change the itinerary of our ship Braemar, after five people on board tested positive for COVID-19 Coronavirus.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 11/03/2020

News   •   Mar 11, 2020 10:44 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has taken the decision to cancel the next cruise of its ship Braemar – ‘Islands of the Caribbean & the Azores’ (M2006) – after a small number of guests and crew who are currently on board tested positive for COVID-19 Coronavirus. Braemar is currently in the Caribbean on a 14-night ‘Western Caribbean & Central America’ cruise.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 10/03/2020

News   •   Mar 10, 2020 22:45 GMT

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that earlier today, a small number of individuals on board Braemar's current ‘Western Caribbean & Central America’ itinerary was tested for COVID-19 coronavirus.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise update - 10/03/2020

News   •   Mar 10, 2020 13:50 GMT

​Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that Braemar has arrived in Willemstad, Curaçao, to allow for the testing of a small number of influenza-like cases on board.

Braemar's 'Western Caribbean & Central America' fly-cruise statement - 09/03/2020

News   •   Mar 09, 2020 16:10 GMT

​Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can confirm that two guests who recently sailed aboard Braemar were diagnosed with COVID-19 Coronavirus after returning home. Both guests were aboard Braemar as part of the ‘Eastern Caribbean’ fly-cruise, and left the ship last week.