Fred. Olsen reveals 2016-2017 cruise program

By ,   July 5, 2015 ,   Cruise Industry

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines launched its 2016-2017 new brochure, featuring “the most ambitious and unique cruise program ever”. Fred. Olsen's four ships will visit 253 destinations in a total of 84 countries all around the globe. The line also boasts a record number of 23 maiden calls.

Company's sales and marketing director, Nathan Philpot, said they were very excited about the new brochure, as it brought to life vast array of destinations and unique cruise experiences.

Fred. Olsen brand has a focus on "Bringing the world closer". Philpot added they were closer to the market, adding more regional departures; closer to destinations with their smaller, intimate ships; and closer to their passengers with award-winning service across the fleet.

In January 2017, Fred. Olsen’s Boudicca and Black Watch will embark on two Grand Voyages, visiting 67 ports in a total of 38 countries. 

Black Watch will take in destinations such as Easter Island (Hanga Roa), French Polynesia (Bora Bora), as well as three stops in New Zealand - Tauranga, Wellington and Auckland, on a 107-night world voyage.

Boudicca will offer a 77-night sailing in South America, including stops in Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro, as well as a maiden call at Laguna San Rafael and cruising Chilean fjords.

The brochure highlights twenty adults only cruises (18+) for guests who would rather sail with people of a similar age.