Fred Olsen Commences 2019-2020 Cruise Season from Dover

   February 18, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines started company's 2019-2020 season from Dover UK on February 13, 2019, with the 4-day Valentine’s Day themed cruise visiting Antwerp and Amsterdam’ on the liner Boudicca.

After the sold-out mini cruise, Boudicca repositions to Newcastle's Port of Tyne on February 18 for two 8-night ‘Norway Winter’ journeys before returning to Dover UK on March 9 for a 14-night ‘Landscapes of the Canary Islands’ voyage.

The ship will be operating 24 itineraries in her 2019-2020 cruise season, between February 2019-March 2020.

These include a 7-night ‘D-Day 75th Anniversary Voyage’, via the partnership with The Royal British Legion, sailing out of Dover UK on June 2, a 168-night ‘Grand Voyage’, departing on October 3 - the longest sailing ever undertaken in line’s history, with the opportunity to visit 61 different cruise ports, cities, and towns across the globe.

Fred Olsen’s 2019-2020 cruises from Dover UK include chances to explore Norwegian or Greenlandic fjords; sail size-restricted waterways to cities like Amsterdam, Bordeaux, Stockholm, and Hamburg; go in search of Baltic highlights; and experience Monaco’s Formula One Grand Prix.

Fred Olsen Boudicca cruise ship

Examples of Boudicca’s cruises from Dover UK in 2019-2020 include:

  • 22-night ‘Amalfi, Tuscany & the Italian Riviera’ cruise (D1910, adult-only), departing on April 25, 2019. Prices start from GBP 2,499 per person.
  • 13-night ‘Icelandic Wonders & Wildlife’ cruise (D1914), departing on June 18, 2019. Prices start from GBP 1,899 per person.
  • 9-night ‘Scenic Fjords of Norway’ cruise (D1920), departing on August 28, 2019. Prices start from GBP 1,299 per person.

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