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Brand New Sailing – On Sale NOW!
Experience a breath-taking transit of the 6.4-kilometre-long Corinth Canal, with this ever popular itinerary.
Award winning for their incredible itineraries, Fred Olsen made history in October 2019 when Braemar broke the existing record of becoming the largest ship ever to transverse this famous feat of engineering, and now you can experience this incredible itinerary.
This spectacular itinerary has been specially crafted to present you with some of the most unique and authentic sights and experiences Greece has to offer and features an extensive array of highlights; Cultural gems, ancient archaeological treasures and picture perfect scenery.
And, as if that wasn’t enough, elegant Braemar will guide you on a record-breaking, simply unforgettable sailing of the impressive Corinth Canal too.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines are committed to making sure that every Fred. Olsen cruise is an enjoyable, engaging and memorable experience, and with their smaller cruise vessels, they can take you closer to some of greatest destinations on earth.
This will be a holiday that you will never forget.
On Sale Dates
Gold, Platinum & Diamond Elite members – Tuesday 12 November 2019
Silver members – Wednesday 13 November 2019
Bronze members – Thursday 14 November 2019
General on sale date – Monday 18 November 2019
Corinth Canal & Greek Island
23 September 2022
Sailing from Southampton
On board Braemar
Southampton - Malaga, Andalusia, Spain - Valletta, Malta - Agios Nikolaos, Crete, Greece - Rhodes, Greece - Ermoupoli, Syros, Greece - Cruising Corinth Canal - Patras, Greece - Katakolon, Greece - Argostoli, Kefallonia, Greece - Cruising Strait of Messina - Cruising by Stromboli - Trapani, Sicily, Italy - Ibiza, Ibiza, Spain - Cartagena, Spain - Lisbon, Portugal – Southampton
Brexit Promise. We’re so confident that Brexit won’t affect your Fred. Olsen cruise, should the cruise be cancelled due to the UK leaving the EU, we will give you a full refund and a free cruise. What’s more, once a cruise has been booked and the deposit paid, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines also promises that there will be no additional supplements or surcharges directly related to Brexit, on the confirmed price. There is the security of ABTA and ATOL protection and our Enjoyment Promise giving real peace of mind. Plus Shore Tours and purchases on board our ships are priced in Pounds Sterling – so you can explore the world without worrying about exchange rates. With 170 years of sailing heritage behind us we’ve seen many changes over the years, but what has never changed is our focus on giving guests the best possible experience, wherever and whenever they sail with us. With Fred. Olsen you can always book with confidence.
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A mark of Distinction.
Welcome to the Fred Olsen fellowship.
Fred. Olsen cruises are operated by a family-run company, proud of their fleet of smaller, more intimate cruise ships which is made up of vessels called Black Watch, Braemar, Boudicca and Balmoral. This unique cruise line understands that passengers like a more personalised experience and one that is unashamedly British.
The personable and long-serving crew are well-versed in ensuring you relax the moment you step aboard. For many passengers, it is the happy blend of agreeable companions that is the Fred. Olsen distinction. Wherever you choose to cruise, you will soon feel part of the fraternity and enjoy some friendly ‘home-away-from-home’ camaraderie. Featured destinations include much of Europe as well as some outstanding Africa cruises, whilst there is also the possibility to explore Scandinavia and the Arctic Circle.
You expect quality on a good cruise ship, but Fred Olsen knows from their vast experience, and from listening to their customers, what makes a special cruise; one that is a real emotional experience and one that leaves us wanting more. On-board these cruises, everyone is treated as the individual they are. The staff has a real interest in the passengers, their likes and their dislikes, and have an amazing desire to please. We know that the home we leave at the end of each cruise will be the home we enter next time we board a Fred. Olsen Cruise Ship.
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Blogs about Fred. Olsen
Helen Worthington – 18-05-2015 – Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, Black Watch
A journey to Liverpool to see ‘Black Watch’ in her home port for a series of 14 sailings in 2015, completes the set for Helen Worthington of visiting or sailing on all four Fred Olsen ships.
Peter Ruck – 26-03-2015 – Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines - Boudicca - Northern Lights Cruise
It was a bright and sunny day in February. My wife, Sue, and I set sail from Southampton for 16 nights on Fred. Olsen’s Boudicca, in search of the Northern Lights.
Fred. Olsen – 21-02-2014 - Iceland and why it should be on your "bucket list"
If you’re looking for a destination that is unique and at the same time offer you fantastic sights then Iceland has got to be a place for everyone’s list of "must see" places. By far the best way of seeing this fascinating country is by visiting the place on a cruise ship.
Gary Jenkins – 09-01-2014 – Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines - Balmoral
Gary Jenkins recently enjoyed a 4 day cruise holiday onboard Fred. Olsen Cruise Line’s Balmoral – here’s what he got up to…
Ian Warren – 27-11-2012 – Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines - Braemar
My wife Ellena and I booked this 3 night cruise, with a couple of ports in France as a short break ahead of Christmas. We left Southampton on a very wet and windy Friday, and then on Saturday we were in Cherbourg and it rained most of the day.
Ian Warren – 27-05-2011 – Fred. Olsen Cruise Line - Balmoral
Although I had never cruised on Balmoral before, I did spend some time onboard at the recent UK Cruise Convention in Southampton. In fact I was lucky enough to be the video presenter for Travel Weekly and Travel TV, and spent 3 hours filming around the ship.