Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is offering guests the chance to experience the Baltic region like never before next year. 

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Taking advantage of Braemar’s shallow draft, the line is offering guests two new 14-night cruise holidays entitled ‘In the Heart of the Baltic’, departing from Dover on either May 9 or August 9, 2015, which will take guests to the very ‘heart’ of quaint towns and vibrant cities of the Baltic.

Solo travellers opting to book on the May 9 departure, will benefit from no single supplement on selected outside twin-bedded cabins when they make a booking by June 30.

Joining either of the cruises, guests will experience six destinations as well a scenic cruise through the Kiel Canal Transit in daylight, which is restricted to ships of up to 235m in length and 40m in height. 

The UNESCO-listed historic centre of Riga in Latvia is one of the lively cities guests will visit, and Braemar will dock just 500m from the very heart of Riga, giving guests the chance to experience the capital city’s Art-Nouveau architecture, historic old quarter and green parks. 

Other ports of call include Helsinki in Finland, where guests can visit the Uspenski Cathedral, Senate Square, Helsinki Cathedral, Finlandia Hall, the National Museum or the Olympic Stadium; Copenhagen in Denmark; Aalborg in Denmark; plus an overnight stay in Russia's St. Petersburg, followed by Travemünde in Germany.

Prices for the ‘In the Heart of the Baltic’ cruise start from £1,499 per person, based on two adults sharing a twin, inside cabin, and include accommodation, all meals and entertainment on board, plus port taxes.

For details see or call 0800-035 5242.


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