Fred Olsen Cruise Lines announces further details on itineraries 2022

   November 25, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines announced further details of its 2022 itinerary program, with 2 new cruises available for booking: "Canada in the Fall" and "Rugged and Remote Spitsbergen". Early bookings receive up to GBP 250 per person in OBC (onboard credit).

In June 2022, MS Balmoral is scheduled to set sail on a 15-night cruise of discovery to some of the most remote landscapes of Spitsbergen Island, Norway's Svalbard Archipelago, including an Arctic Circle crossing to experience the Midnight Sun.

A 19-night Canada cruise is the second of the new voyages, with the itinerary planned for MS Borealis. Call ports have been designed to offer opportunities ashore, taking in 7 ports across 3 Canadian provinces, and the opportunity to witness the autumnal beauty with forests, trails, and national parks, all within reach.

Bookings made before December 31, 2020, receive up to GBP 200 per person in OBC (Spitsbergen) and up to GBP 250 per person (Canada).

Fred Olsen Balmoral cruise ship

Details of the new cruises are as follows:

  • Balmoral’s 15-night ‘Rugged and Remote Spitsbergen’ cruise, departing from Newcastle England on June 222, 2022. Prices start from GBP 2,500 per person, with up to GBP 200 per person in free onboard spending money.
  • Borealis’ 19-night ‘Canada in the Fall’ cruise, departing from Liverpool UK on September 28, 2022. Prices start from GBP 3,000 per person, with up to GBP 250 per person in free onboard spending money.

The itineraries follow on from two other 2022 sailings introduced by Fred Olsen earlier in 2020: a 28-night "Black Sea Discovery with the Mediterranean" (September 2022) and a 101-night World Cruise on Borealis (January 2022).

Fred. Olsen will release its full 2022-2023 program in March 2021.

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