Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has launched a new promotional campaign – ‘All 2015 Inside Twin Cabins only £50 per person, per night’ – showcasing deals on all inside twin cabins on selected cruises to the Caribbean, Canary Islands, the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, Cape Verde and the Azores this year, plus a host of mini-cruises.

Guests can also choose to upgrade to an all-inclusive package on selected drinks for £10 per person, per night and, for guests booking an outside cabin or above on the cruises featured in the new campaign, a 50% discount on the all-inclusive drinks package is offered.

As an example of prices, Braemar’s 14-night ‘Canaries & the Cape Verde’ fly/cruise, ex Gatwick/Manchester via Santa Cruz, Tenerife on November 26 costs from £700 per person, cruise-only or £950 for the fly/cruise.

After enjoying time in Tenerife’s colourful capital, Santa Cruz, guests will arrive in San Sebastian (La Gomera) – also known as the ‘Isla Colombina’, for its historic links to Christopher Columbus. Next come two calls in the Cape Verde Islands: first to Praia – where guests can visit the Ethnographic Museum to admire the many artefacts on display; and then onto Mindelo, where guests can relax on the beaches or explore the Camara Square.

Guests can then spend a lazy day relaxing in Arrecife (Lanzarote), or – for the more adventurous – experience a camel ride through the hissing rocks of ‘Fire Mountain’ in the Timanfaya National Park. A call to Agadir (Morocco) follows, before Braemar spends a day in Las Palmas (Gran Canaria), where cruise guests can soak up the mix of Renaissance, Gothic and Neo-Classical architecture.

The final call is to the capital of La Palma, Santa Cruz, where guests can visit the Renaissance-style Church of El Salvador and the Church of Santo Domingo.

All prices are based on two adults sharing an inside twin-bedded cabin and include accommodation, all meals and entertainment on board, plus port taxes.

For further information visit www.fredolsencruises.com

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