Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has launched a new ‘Warmer Cruising’


Fred. Olsen's 'Warmer Cruising' brochure

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has launched a new ‘Warmer Cruising’ campaign, offering guests up to 40% off a selection of tempting cruises between October 2016 and March 2017, from the convenient regional UK departure ports of Southampton, London Tilbury, Liverpool, Dover, Harwich and Rosyth (Edinburgh). These cruises, which must be booked by 12th October 2016, are ideal Winter getaways and provide excellent savings, with prices starting from just £59 per person.

Destinations featured in Fred. Olsen’s new ‘Warmer Cruising’ campaign include the Caribbean, Canary Islands, Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Baltic, with cruise durations between one and four nights – the perfect ‘taster’ break for those taking to the sea for the very first time. Such as:

Black Watch’s 16-night W1618 ‘France, Portugal & the Canary Islands’ cruise, ex  Rosyth (Edinburgh) on 12th October 2016. Prices start from just £899 per person (was £1,499 per person, saving 40%).

Ports of call: Rosyth (Edinburgh), UK – Honfleur, France – Lisbon, Portugal – Arrecife, Lanzarote – Santa Cruz, Tenerife – Santa Cruz, La Palma – Funchal, Madeira – Oporto (from Leixoes,) Portugal – Rosyth (Edinburgh), UK  For further information:


Guests can also choose to upgrade to Fred. Olsen’s ‘all-inclusive’ drinks package for just £10 per person per night.   For further information on Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, visit the website at Book online, call Reservations on 0800 0355 242 (Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm; Saturday, 9am to 5pm; Sunday, 10am to 4pm), or visit an ABTA travel agent.

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