Fred Olsen's Prussia-themed Braemar ship cruise in August 2022

   December 12, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

Fred Olsen Cruise Line's MS Braemar ship is scheduled to depart on a 10-night culture-themed itinerary to the lost lands of Prussia in August 2022.

Highlights include two former Prussian capital cities, and from Baltiysk Russia passengers can venture to Kaliningrad (fka Konigsberg) - the birthplace of Prussia's first King and Prussia's capital city between 1525-1701.

Guests can explore Berlin City (Germany's capital) and the Brandenburg Gate - built by Prussia's King Frederick William II. They also will find numerous palaces (former residences of the Prussian royalty), including Frederick the Great’s Sanssouci Palace.

MS Braemar will also visit Szczecin Poland (major port in Prussia/now part of Poland) and Gdansk-Gdynia and its Malbork Castle - the world's largest and built by the Teutonic Order in the 13th-century (following the conquest of old Prussia).

All bookings made before January 29, 2021, receive up to GBP 150 per person in OBC (onboard credit).

Fred Olsen Braemar cruise ship

MS Braemar ship's Prussia-themed voyage is a 10-night ("Revisiting Prussia") itinerary that departs from Rosyth-Edinburgh Scotland on August 19, 2022. Prices start from GBP 1500 per person, with up to GBP 150 per person in OBC for bookings made by January 29, 2021. The voyage's call ports include Rosyth, Szczecin and Gdansk (Poland), Baltiysk (Kaliningrad, Russia), Sassnitz (Rugen Island) and Travemunde, Kiel Canal (transit), Rosyth.

This is the 5th itinerary to be released from the company's 2022 program. It follows the launch of a 16-day "Rugged and Remote Spitsbergen" (scheduled for June 20222 / MS Balmoral), a 19-night "Canada in the Fall" (September 2022 / MS Borealis) and a 29-day "Black Sea Discovery with the Mediterranean" (September 2022 / Balmoral). The 101-night World Cruise (on Borealis) departs in January 2022.

Fred Olsen is expected to release its complete 2022-2023 cruise schedule in March 2021.

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