Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is cancelling all sailings until the end of June in light of the current restrictions in England as a result of the pandemic, impacting on 14 trips.
New ship Borealis will still be the first of the fleet to set sail, with her maiden voyage now due to depart on May 22nd. The former Holland America Line ship was initially due to enter service on April 23rd.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has also announced revised ‘back in service’ dates for its four-strong ocean fleet, as the company prepares for cruising in 2021.
The updated guarantee allows guests making a new booking for 2021 to move their deposit to any other cruise already on sale without any additional fees before they pay their final balance.
The new cruise has become one of the best-selling itineraries since Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines paused their operations in March, with sales well exceeding £1 million.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has launched eight new itineraries for its ship, Balmoral, including a number of regional departures from Portsmouth next summer.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has completed its fleet by welcoming Bolette to Rosyth, Scotland – just two weeks after taking delivery of another new ship, Borealis.
Sailings for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ second new ship, Borealis, have gone on sale, with the inaugural programme featuring a number of itineraries setting sail from Liverpool in 2021.
The ship arrived at Babcock’s Rosyth Facilities this afternoon after sailing beneath the iconic Forth and Queensferry bridges. The second of the new ships, Bolette, is due to arrive in mid-September.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has unveiled its plans to have three of the fleet ‘back in the water’ in March and April, with Balmoral to sail even sooner.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has confirmed it will retire two classic vessels, Boudicca and Black Watch. The move comes as the company prepares to welcome two new ships, Bolette and Borealis, into the fleet.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has unveiled its first look into 2023 with the early release of a ‘North American Waterways and Canadian Fall’ cruise, including a maiden sailing of the Hudson River in New York.