Fred Olsen Explores the Fjords of the Arctic

By ,   November 8, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

Fred Olsen is offering its passengers the chance to explore the fjords of the Arctic on an epic 27-night voyage to Norway, Spitsbergen, Iceland, Greenland, and even secluded Faroe Islands. 

As seen on the current BBC Two programme ‘Arctic Live’, the 804-passenger ship Black Watch sets sail from Dover on July 14, 2017. This cruise will call in 12 destinations and sail over 30 areas of scenic cruising.

Black Watch

Highlights of this very special holiday include crossing the Arctic Circle, shore tours to the iconic North Cape, the chance to see a Polar Bear in Svalbard, witnessing the magical Midnight Sun, uncovering a deserted soviet settlement in Pyramiden, and experiencing majestic scenery, such as mighty sea-cliffs, fjords and icebergs and thundering waterfalls.

In addition, guests that book this magnificent cruise by November 30, 2016 will benefit from free door-to-door transfers (up to 250 mainland miles).

Black Watch’s 27-night W1710 ‘Exploring the Fjords of the Arctic’ cruise is departing from Dover on July 14, 2017 (adult only). Prices start from £4,399 per person.

Source: Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines