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Fred Olsen Announces ‘Voyage to the Top of the World’

By ,   November 29, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

A 29-day Arctic exploration scheduled for August 2021 and taking in the natural wonders of northern Norway, Greenland, and Iceland is the latest itinerary to be previewed from Fred. Olsen's 2021-2022 ocean programme, ahead of the full unveiling in March 2020.

The ‘Midnight Sun & Northern Lights’ cruise onboard the 880-passenger Boudicca gives guests the opportunity to catch the last of the ‘Midnight Sun’, with early glimmers of Iceland's ‘Northern Lights’.

On this getaway, there is also the chance to marvel at the picturesque villages, fjords, and waterfalls of Norway, as well as the chance to explore remote Svalbard (the most northerly town in the world), go whale-watching in Iceland, and take in the panoramic views of rugged Greenland.

Fred. Olsen Boudicca’s 28-night ‘Midnight Sun & Northern Lights’ voyage departs from Dover UK on August 14, 2021. Prices start from GBP 4,199 per person.

Ports of call include Dover, Andalsnes, cruising Naeroysundet, cruising by Torghatten, cruising by Seven Sisters mountain range, crossing Arctic Circle, Svolvaer, cruising Trollfjord, Tromso, Honningsvag, cruising by North Cape & The Horn, Longyearbyen, cruising Tempelfjorden & Tuna Glacier, cruising by Jan Mayen Island, Reykjavík (plus an overnight stay), cruising Prins Christiansund, cruising Tunugdlliarfik Fjord, Narsarsuaq (overnight stay), Nanortalik, cruising Tasermuit Fjord, cruising Prins Christiansund, Isafjordur, Akureyri (overnight stay), Dover.

All prices are based on 2 adults sharing a twin-bedded Inside stateroom and include all meals, accommodation, and entertainment onboard, as well as port taxes.

Boudicca cruise ship

This is the 2nd itinerary to be teased from the cruise line’s 2021-2022 ocean programme, following the release of its 26-night ‘Corinth Canal & Greek Islands Cruise’, when Fred Olsem's Braemar is scheduled to be returning to the Corinth Canal for a 3rd time, in September 2022.