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Press releases • Nov 23, 2020 09:26 GMT
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines teases 2022 programme with early launch of scenic Canada and remote Spitsbergen sailings
Press releases • Nov 20, 2020 09:25 GMT
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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.
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.
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.
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Blog posts • Sep 29, 2014 17:14 BST
Embark on a Fred. Olsen cruise from the UK for a chance to experience Europe like never before! Departing from ten UK ports, our European cruises venture as far as the beautiful Baltic borders in the north, to the sunny climes of the Mediterranean in the south. In case you’re stuck for holiday ideas, we’ve put together a shortlist of our top 5 European cruises for you to consider.
Blog posts • Sep 05, 2014 09:18 BST
If you're planning a cruise holiday and are looking for a more personal experience, you should consider classic smaller ships. Built in a traditional style, smaller vessels have a classic feel that will make you feel more comfortable and at home while adventuring across the world. You will quickly get to know other passengers as well as the crew, meaning that you will enjoy a sociable atmosphere.
Blog posts • Aug 21, 2014 16:57 BST
Booking a cruise is an exciting time as you plan your journey to discover the world and create memories that will last a lifetime. It’s also the perfect opportunity to visit new destinations whilst only having to unpack once, travelling in comfort and convenience. It’s easy to see why cruising is more popular than ever, and if you’re unsure about whether to book early or last minute, read our ...
Blog posts • Aug 12, 2014 16:34 BST
So, it’s all nice and warm now, but what about the winter? None of us like the grey skies and rain so why not keep the summer spirit alive and go on a cruise in sunnier climes during the latter months of the year. A winter warmer cruise means you can set sail to some tropical cruise destinations and beat the winter blues, swapping woolly hats for shades and hot cocoa for cocktails.