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Fred Olsen reveals inaugural Bolette sailings

Ship will begin with ex-UK sailings

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines has revealed the inaugural cruise programme for its new ship Bolette. The cruises are available to book from today.

The new ship, which joins Fred Olsen from Holland America along with Bourealis, will begin its life under Fred Olsen with a seven-night Scotland & Northern Ireland cruise. It will depart Southampton on March 5, 2021.

This will be followed by two further UK cruises before the ship sails to the Azores and Madeira.

Bollete will be taking over the programme that was originally scheduled for Boudicca, which has now been retired.

Fred Olsen is running an offer which gives guests who book before September 30 free gratuities and £100 per person to spend on board.

Clare Ward, director of product and customer Service, said: “Our new ships have been a long time in the planning, so it is great to be able to officially unveil our itineraries for Bolette today.

“We know that our guests can’t wait to get back cruising again, and to experience our new ships for themselves. Now they can really start planning their first holiday back with us, whether they are looking for a UK break, to escape to warmer climates or for something a little more adventurous.

“Offering free tips and on board spending is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to our guests for their support, and to get them excited about enjoying the many new and wonderful facilities that Bolette brings to the fleet, from new specialty dining venues to an increased number of bars and lounges where they can sit back, relax and experience the joys of cruising once again.”

Visit the Travel Agent Centre at www.fredolsencruises.com/agent or call the Trade Support Team on 01473 746164 for more information.

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