Fred. Olsen announces cruises for its new ship Bolette

   September 8, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

The inaugural cruise program for Fred Olsen Cruise Lines' new flagship Bolette (fka MS Amsterdam) includes new itineraries and a series of UK sailings already available for booking.

Bolette’s maiden voyage is a 7-night ‘Scotland and Northern Ireland Cruise’ leaving from Southampton on March 5, 2021. The inaugural cruise is followed by two ex-UK voyages before visiting Portugal's Azores and Madeira islands over Easter break.

MS Bolette's inaugural program includes itineraries previously scheduled for the retired (sold for scrapping?) Boudicca, with a number of new sailings added. The vessel will predominantly sail from Port Dover UK (homeport).

Passengers booking any MS Bolette cruises for 2021-2022 by September 30, 2020, enjoy free onboard gratuities and up to GBP 100 per person in OBC (onboard credit).

Fred Olsen Bolette cruise ship

Highlights from the inaugural cruise season of Bolette include:

  • 7-night ‘Scenic Scotland with Belfast’ departing from Southampton UK on March 5, 2021. Prices start from GBP 700 per person. Ports of call include Southampton, Belfast, Cruising by Fingals Cave, Cruising by Dutchman’s Cap, Lerwick, Kirkwall, Southampton.
  • 12-night ‘Icelandic Wonders & Wildlife’ departing from Dover UK on June 3, 2021. Prices start from GBP 1,800 per person. Ports of call include Dover, Reykjavík (overnight stay), Isafjordur, Akureyri, Cruising Eyjafjordur, Cruising by Hrisey, Seydisfjordur, Kirkwall, Dover.
  • 16-night ‘Moroccan Discovery with Cape Verde’ departing from Southampton UK on November 20, 2021. Prices start from GBP 1,800 per person. Ports of call include Southampton, Santa Cruz, Mindelo, Praia, Porto Novo, Agadir, Casablanca, Tangier, Southampton.

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