Borealis v2

Sailings on Fred. Olsen's Borealis have gone on sale

Sailings on Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ second new ship Borealis have gone on sale today, with some brand new itineraries setting sail from Liverpool in 2021. Sailings on Bolette, another new ship of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, went on sale last week.

Borealis’ first cruise will be a six-night ‘Scottish Lochs & Isles’ sailing, departing from Liverpool on April 23, 2021, followed by a five-night ‘Irish Capitals & Scottish Scenery’ cruise, before venturing into the Mediterranean, Norway, Iceland and other places.  

The ship will sail exclusively from Liverpool, across 2021 and 2022 programmes, and will be taking upon existing itineraries for Black Watch, which was retired from the fleet in August, other than adding five brand new itineraries to its list of sailings  

Guests who book onto any of Borealis’ sailings for 2021 or 2022 by September 30, 2020, will enjoy free tips and money to spend on board, up to £100 per person. 

The six-night ‘Scottish Lochs & Isles’ cruise, will be a round trip, departing from Liverpool on April 23, 2021, with prices starting at £599 per person. Travellers will get to experience the natural beauty of Scotland’s waterways and the tranquillity of Loch Broom, Eriboll and Torridon, along with the scenic views of Beinn Ghobhlach, Shetlands and Orkneys. The ship will depart from Liverpool, England and will be calling at Belfast in Northern Ireland, and cruise along Loch Torridon, Broom and Eriboll, and then reach Lerwick in Shetland Islands, and Kirkwall in Orkneys, before returning to Liverpool. 

The 16-night ‘In Search of Aurora Borealis’ cruise, will be a round-trip, departing from Liverpool on November 16, 2021, giving travellers a chance to enjoy the early winters of northern Norway, calling in at Belfast, Ålesund in Norway and crossing the Arctic Circle and reaching Tromsø, Alta, Hammerfest, Narvik and Trondheim in Norway. An overnight stay in Tromsø, a trip to Alta’s Sami heritage, husky sledding into the wilderness surrounding Narvik and an encounter with the native Arctic wildlife comes at a price of £1,999 per person.

The 14-night 'Canaries Christmas & Funchal Fireworks’ cruise, will depart from Liverpool on December 21, 2021, to the sunny Canary Islands for Christmas, and will include festivities aboard Borealis, with the added opportunity of watching the New Year’s firework displays in Madeira. Priced at £2,299 per person, the voyage ship will be calling in Santa Cruz in Tenerife, Arrecife in Lanzarote, Las Palmas in Gran Canaria, Santa Cruz in La Palma, San Sebastian in La Gomera, and Funchal in Madeira, before returning to Liverpool. 

For more information visit www.fredolsencruises.com/our-ships/borealis-cruises.  

Agents can also look up www.fredolsencruises.com/agent or call the Trade Support Team on 01473 746164.


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