Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ new 2023/24 programme includes more than 100 sailings, and introduces the line’s new team of ‘journey navigators’, who will support guests.
The programme includes opportunities to explore the remote islands of the Azores, visit Lapland in the summer months and witness Norway’s famous Langfoss Waterfall in the spring, when the water is at its heaviest.
Durations range from two to 93-nights, with regional departures from Liverpool, Newcastle, Rosyth, Southampton, Dover, London Tilbury and Belfast. The programme also features the return of a fly-cruise programme, as Braemar will be based in the Caribbean for the winter months.
A team of journey navigators feature for the first time, and include nature scouts, culture curators, maritime guides and entertainment hosts, who will support guests on board. The brochure also includes the line’s new signature experiences, which celebrate “the joy of the journey” on each cruise.
Guests who book onto one of Fred. Olsen’s new 2023/24 sailings will receive up to £250 per person to spend on board, or up to £500 when booking a suite.
Those who book a 2023 cruise will also be offered 10% off any new booking for 2022.
Martin Lister, head of itinerary planning and destination experience, said: “This has been such an exciting programme to curate. Our smaller ships allow us to offer so many special experiences for our guests, and we’ve been really creative with our itinerary planning to shine a spotlight on this.
“We will be cruising scenic waterways that are out of reach to larger ships, including the Kiel Canal and the Seine and Loire rivers. Other highlights include docking close to the heart of Seville, Antwerp and Havana. Braemaris is also set to repeat her record-breaking feat of transiting the ultra-narrow Corinth Canal – an experience not to be missed.”