To reflect the growth in the ‘all-inclusive’ holiday market, and following the successful introduction of its ‘all-inclusive’ drinks package on four limited availability 2013 Canaries fly-cruises, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is extending this exceptional offer. If guests book by September 30th 2012, for all cruise departures on, or after, April 6th 2013 and featured in its current ‘2013/14 Worldwide Cruises’ brochure they will automatically qualify for a free upgrade to an ‘all-inclusive’ drinks package, including beers, wine, spirits and soft drinks.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is launching its first TV advertising campaign since 2009, using the distinctive, hand-drawn style and strong brand values of its recent highly-successful print campaign.
Nathan Philpot has been appointed as the new head of sales & marketing at Fred Olsen Cruise Lines. He replaces Nigel Lingard, who retires at the end of November 2011.
Fred Olsen Cruise Lines has announced a No Fuel Surcharge Guarantee on all bookings made up to, and including, August 31st 2011. Any fuel cost supplement already applied to 2012 bookings – currently levied at 5.5 per cent of the cruise fare paid after any relevant discounts have been deducted – will remain on the booking.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines have released details of what’s in store for aficionados of their special interest cruises, launching the new season’s ‘Vistas’ programme at a ceremony in London this month at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in the presence of VIPs, including a number of the guest speakers included on the programme.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has started a collection on board each of its four ships for victims of the Haiti earthquake.
All four Fred. Olsen ships – Balmoral, Braemar, Boudicca and Black Watch – offer a superb range of health beauty treatments for guests on board.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines and its passengers have raised a total of £42,282 for victims of the flooding that affected the Philippine capital city, Manila, last autumn.
A viral infection which causes vomiting has broken out on a Fred Olsen Cruise ship that is travelling around the British Isles. 72 passengers on board ‘Balmoral’ have been infected with the virus, thought to have been introduced by a passenger who proved to be unwell shortly after departing from Dover.