Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has unveiled its plans to have three of the fleet ‘back in the water’ in March and April 2021, with Balmoral to sail even sooner.
The company’s two new ships, Bolette and Borealis, will take on the existing itineraries for Boudicca and Black Watch, as well as offer some exciting new sailings, and alongside Braemar will take to the waters again in March and April 2021.
Guests looking to book onto the new ships can do so from early September, with Bolette to go on sale on Monday, 7th September, and Borealis on Tuesday, 15th September. A return to the water date for Balmoral will be confirmed over the coming weeks, with plans underway to have this ship sailing first.
Cruises for Boudicca and Black Watch will remain on sale on the Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines website until the two new ships are launched, with Bolette taking on the existing itineraries for Boudicca, and Borealis taking on Black Watch itineraries. All guests who have a booking aboard either Boudicca or Black Watch will have their cruise automatically transferred onto the new ships. The two new ships are set to join the rest of the fleet in Babcock’s Rosyth Facilities in Scotland in early September.
For further information or to book online, visit www.fredolsencruises.com