Regent Seven Seas Cruises Announces New 2022/2023 Voyage Collection

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has revealed its brand new 2022-2023 Voyage Collection featuring exotic and iconic destinations, allowing guests to explore the world while enjoying an unrivalled experience with every luxury included.

The thoughtfully curated Voyage Collection consists of 148 sailings from April 2022 to the end of April 2023 across Africa and Arabia, Alaska, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Canada and New England, the Caribbean and Panama Canal, the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and South America, as well as transoceanic crossings and five Grand Voyages.

Sailings range from seven nights up to the recently announced 143-night 2023 World Cruise. The Voyage Collection boasts 17 maiden ports of call for the line and 105 overnight visits.

Highlights include Seven Seas Splendor’s summer season in Scandinavia and the Baltics; Seven Seas Explorer in the Mediterranean discovering Turkey and Black Sea ports; Seven Seas Voyager’s tour of Africa and her winter season in South America which includes a sailing to Antarctica; Seven Seas Mariner’s Alaskan summer and 2023 World Cruise; and Seven Seas Navigator’s Grand Arctic Adventure and Caribbean cruises which feature two voyages from Bridgetown, Barbados. More detailed information about the ships’ individual deployments can be found below.

Opportunities for truly immersive and unforgettable luxury travel experiences abound with access to over 350 UNESCO World Heritage Sites across thousands of FREE unlimited shore excursions in the Voyage Collection. In addition, 36 sailings in Africa, Arabia, Australia, Asia and South America offer FREE pre- or post-land tour programmes which, varying from two to three nights, give travellers more time to experience the regions’ sights, history, culture and flavours.

“Launching a new Voyage Collection is always exciting, however knowing our guests’ strong desire to get back on the oceans, as illustrated by our record breaking 2023 World Cruise launch, makes this one feel extra special,” said Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer, Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Our guests are passionate about travel and exploring the world and I’m delighted that we can offer them such an exotic and expansive choice of global destinations, all to be discovered while sailing on board The World’s Most Luxurious Feet.”

The unrivalled Regent experience continues onboard their five elegant and spacious ships with highly personalised service, exquisite dining, premium beverages, WiFi, valet laundry and more, all complimentary.

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MSC Cruises’ MSC Magnifica Sets Sail On 10-Night Cruise Holidays In The Mediterranean

MSC Magnifica departed Genoa, Italy yesterday and became the second MSC Cruises ship to welcome guests back on board since Europe’s leading cruise line restarted operations in August.

The ship has commenced a stunning 10-night voyage of relaxation and discovery in the West and East Mediterranean Sea with planned calls at the port of Livorno for visits to Florence and Pisa, Messina in Sicily, Piraeus for Athens, Katakolon for Olympia, Valletta in Malta,  and Civitavecchia for Rome, before returning to Genoa. MSC Magnifica will operatesixenriched, long Mediterranean cruises before the end of the year, including a special 8-night Christmas voyage that will depart Genoa on 18 December.

This is the second ship to implement MSC Cruises’ comprehensive health and safety protocol, that has been endorsed by external medical experts and formally approved by the relevant national and regional authorities. The comprehensive safety-first measures designed to protect the wellbeing of guests, crew and communities visited were first implemented in August when MSC Grandiosa became the world’s first major cruise vessel to return to service and the Company’s flagship has now completed nine 7-night voyages and positively demonstrated the protocol’s effectiveness. The measures include protected “social bubble” ashore visits for guests to allow them to also enjoy destinations at each port of call.

The MSC Cruises health and safety protocol includes universal health screening of everyone – guests and crew – which includes tests for COVID-19 before they can board a ship; elevated sanitation and cleaning measures throughout the vessel; managed social distancing; wearing of face masks in public areas and technology to aid track and trace on board. In this initial phase, the ship’s capacity has also been reduced to 70 per cent to ensure social distancing can be guaranteed on board.

Discover the East and West Mediterranean this Autumn

Guests on board MSC Magnifica’s Mediterranean cruises can safely visit a range of fascinating destinations with MSC Cruises’ rich shore excursions programme. Some of the attractions include the Leaning Tower of Pisa, a city tour of the historic Sicilian city of Messina, an open top bus trip around Malta, a visit to the 8th Century BC original venue of the Olympic Games in Greece, a tour of ancient Athens and the world-famous Acropolis, a walking tour in the Eternal City of Rome and a coach outing of the northern Italian city of Genoa. The shore excursions will see the same standards of health and safety practiced ashore as on board to not only protect the guests and crew but also the communities in the ports of call.       

With convenient embarkation in the four Italian ports during the 10-night cruise – Genoa, Livorno, Messina and Civitavecchia, this itinerary is easily accessible for guests residing in the Schengen countries who are currently able to book the cruise in this initial phase of operations.

MSC Magnifica is one of MSC Cruises’ popular mid-size ships and offers masterful design, relaxed refinement, a high ratio of balcony cabins, large dining areas with four restaurants and 11 bars, a swimming pool with a sliding roof magrodome, a spectacular theatre, full-scale casino, panoramic nightclub and a 4D cinema.

MSC Grandiosa’s currently offers 7-night cruises with embarkation in the Italian ports of Genoa, Civitavecchia, Naples and Palermo together with calls at Valletta. Guests can book on MSC Magnifica this Autumn and Winter with prices starting from £649 for 7-night’s  and can benefit from a premium drinks package included and flexible booking conditions.

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P&O Cruises Welcomes IONA To The Fleet

P&O Cruises officially welcomes new ship Iona to its fleet – a “positive signal for the future”

At an official handover ceremony with the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany on Friday, 

P&O Cruises took ownership of Iona, the latest addition to its fleet and the largest cruise ship ever built for the UK market.

At 185,000 tonnes, 345m in length with 17 guest decks and setting new ground for guest experience, Iona is the first British cruise ship to be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG).

P&O Cruises president, Paul Ludlow, who was present at the event in Papenburg and signed the Protocol for Delivery and Acceptance said: 

“Iona’s delivery is a very positive signal for the future of cruising.  She is now officially part of the P&O Cruises fleet and we are focused on readying her to welcome guests during her new maiden season to Northern Europe, Spain, Portugal and the Canary Islands from our home port of Southampton.

“Already eagerly anticipated by our guests, crew and the communities we visit, events this year have increased the sense of anticipation even more. 

“Whilst our operations are currently paused until early 2021 Iona will not be sailing for the moment but we look forward to our guests experiencing this game-changing ship as we will continue to offer unparalleled holidays at sea whilst also upholding the latest approved travel protocols.”

Iona will also herald a new era in cruise holidays with many first of their kind features including the unique two-deck SkyDome. Its glass dome roof and spacious layout flooded with natural light offers relaxing and unrivalled views of the surrounding sky and sea. SkyDome is a tranquil pool environment by day with dining and entertainment by night, including stunning specially commissioned aerial entertainment shows under the stars.

Guests can also craft individual gins at the first ever gin distillery at sea or unwind in the Oasis spa featuring a range of destination-themed treatments.

Iona will have eight speciality restaurants including yet to be unveiled concepts, as well as 13 entertainment venues, four swimming pools including a spectacular infinity pool at the aft of the ship and 16 whirlpools. 

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Saga Welcomes Spirit of Adventure To The Fleet

The latest addition to Saga’s ocean cruise fleet, Spirit of Adventure, was handed over today in Emden, Germany, by shipbuilder Meyer Werft.

Spirit of Adventure is Saga’s second purpose-built boutique cruise ship, joining Spirit of Discovery which became part of the Saga Cruise fleet with much fanfare in July 2019. Spirit of Adventure has 554 all balcony cabins and can accommodate 999 passengers with a tonnage of 58,250 GT. She will soon set sail for the UK with her inaugural cruise now scheduled to leave on the 5th February 2021 for the Canary Islands.

Nigel Blanks, Managing Director of Saga Cruises, said:

“This is a really exciting day for us as Spirit of Adventure officially becomes part of the Saga Cruises family. Over the past 18 months, we have been focused on creating a British boutique cruising experience for our guests that is not available elsewhere on the market and Spirit of Adventure is an important milestone in this plan. While she shares some similarities with her sister ship, Spirit of Discovery, Spirit of Adventure is unique in her own right with distinctive design features and characteristics.

“Though the inaugural cruise will take place a little later than we had originally planned due to the ongoing restrictions on travel, we cannot wait to welcome guests onboard and see all she has to offer. Having recently visited the ship in Germany, I can assure you, she is worth the wait!”

The health and wellbeing of guests and crew is Saga’s number one priority and over the past few months, the team has worked to put in place detailed new procedures for a return to cruising in a COVID world. These include reduced capacity, pre-departure testing both at home and before boarding, increased medical staff and facilities and enhancements to our state-of-the-art air conditioning, which already provides 100% fresh air throughout our ships.

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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines Unveils New World Cruise Aboard Borealis In 2022 – Departure From Liverpool Or Southampton

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Borealis 2022 world cruise fred. olsen

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has today unveiled a brand new World Cruise aboard its new ship Borealis, with the opportunity to set sail from either Liverpool or Southampton in January 2022.  

Borealis’ S2202 ‘Around the World’ sailing, which will include transits of both the Suez and Panama Canals, visits to America, Hawaii, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and a three-day stay in Sydney, will depart from Southampton for a 100-night cruise on 6th January 2022.

Guests will also have the opportunity to join in Liverpool on 4th January 2022 for a 104-night sailing.  

In addition, those who book by 31st October 2020 will receive up to £600 per person to spend on board, as well as the cost of tips covered, with sailings starting from £9,999 for Southampton departures and £10,449 for Liverpool.

Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said:  

“It has been such an exciting experience planning the first World Cruise aboard our new ship, Borealis. This really is going to be the trip of a lifetime, with so many fantastic opportunities and experiences on offer. 

“Three days in Hawaii will allow ample time to experience the volcanic vistas and to learn more about the historic site of Pearl Harbour. Sail the scenic fjords of New Zealand; witness the wonder of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia; explore the Lost City of Petra in Jordan and admire the spectacular skylines of the bustling cities of Singapore and Dubai. 

“This is an itinerary packed with opportunity and is made possible by the faster speeds of Borealis, which allows us to offer 37 ports of call with fewer sea days in between. 

“Plus, with up to £600 per person in on board spending available for those who book soon, guests will be able experience all that Borealis has on offer – from her many bars and restaurants to her tranquil spa area – while they are not exploring ashore.” 

The World Cruise itinerary will also be split into shorter fly-cruise sailings, ranging from 17 to 84 nights. 

The unveiling of the World Cruise follows on from the launch of itineraries aboard Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ two new ships, Bolette and Borealis, earlier this month.  

The two ships have now officially joined the fleet in Rosyth, Scotland, and will embark on their maiden sailings in spring 2021.  

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Scenic Rolls Out 2022 All-Inclusive River Cruising Programme Ahead Of Schedule

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Scenic Luxury Cruises and Tours has opened bookings for its 2022 European river cruising programme providing guests with the ultimate flexibility for their holiday plans.

On sale today, the early release of the 2022 programme provides guests with more access to their preferred river cruise itinerary, sailing dates and choice of spacious suite. All future bookings are covered by the luxury cruise line’s Deposit Protection Plan, providing guests with flexibility and assurance that their booking is safe.

Every Scenic river cruise and tour is truly all-inclusive, with prices including return flights, transfers, spacious suites and accommodation, a personal onboard butler, exceptional wining and dining experiences and all gratuities.

Highlights of the 2022 programme include:

  • A behind the scenes tour of Artstetten Castle (Austria) to hear family tales directly from one of the current owners, while taking a look inside the family Crypt on the eight-day Gems of the Danube itinerary. Price starts from £2,370 per person, based on the 18 April 2022 departure on the Scenic Crystal Space-Ship travelling from Nuremberg to Budapest via Austria.
  • History buffs seeking to learn more about the history of the World War, will have the chance to witness the poignant WWI memorials in the Belgian towns of Ypres and Passchendaele as Part of the Romantic Rhine & Moselle river cruise. Guests can learn insight into the strategies deployed to defend against the ascending German troops, as well as sharing how these devastated towns were rebuilt in the aftermath. A visit to the Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial near Maastricht provides insight into the WWII American soldiers who fought here followed by a visit to the Eben Emael Fortress which was built to protect from German invasion. Prices start from £3,920 per person.
  • The 15-day Jewels of Europe voyage allows guests to journey outside of Amsterdam to the village of Schermerhorn for authentic windmills and idyllic views of the Dutch countryside. Here they can enjoy an enchanting private classical evening concert featuring the timeless music of Strauss and Mozart. Price starts from £3,820 per person based on the 7 November 2022 departure on the Scenic Opal Space-Ship travelling from Amsterdam to Budapest.
  • Guests joining the 16-day Danube Delta Discovery itinerary can join a local family for a hearty home-cooked meal in Osijek, Croatia, as well as a traditional Banica making class with a local to share stories on life in Bulgaria. Price starts from £4,170 per person based on the 19 March 2022 departure travelling from Vienna to Bucharest.

Guests can cruise with complete confidence in 2022 with Scenic. Its Health & Safety Steering Committee oversees all health and safety policies ensuring all guests wellbeing and safety is taken care of to the highest standard. With no more than 163 travellers onboard, there’s plenty of space to enjoy the facilities including wellness suite.

Available to book now, guests looking to plan ahead will be rewarded with generous discounts. For all 2022 European departures booked by 30 September 2020, guests will receive £1,200 savings per couple, plus complimentary door-to-door chauffeur driven transfers, Scenic’s Deposit Payment Protection cover, as well as an additional £125 saving per person if paid in full before 31 October 2021. If you can’t wait until 2022, the savings also apply to departures for next year (2021) with the early payment discount increasing to £200 per person when paid in full before 31 October 2020.

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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines Launches Brand New 2021 Itineraries, Including Regional Departures From Portsmouth And Free Drinks And Tips Offer

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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has today launched eight new itineraries for its ship, Balmoral, including a number of regional departures from Portsmouth.

For selected Balmoral sailings of five-nights or more, guests will also enjoy a FREE drinks package, plus the cost of their tips covered, for bookings made by 31st October inclusive.

Highlights of Balmoral’s new itineraries include: 

The 14-night L2103B ‘Canary Islands & Madeira Winter Warmth’ cruise, departing from Southampton on 2nd February 2021. Prices start from £1,599 per person. Prices start from £1,599 per person. Enjoy a FREE drinks package and your tips covered on this sailing when booked by 31st October 2021.

The sunshine and scenery of these beautiful islands awaits you on this relaxing and rejuvenating late winter escape. You’ll have chances to unwind on Gran Canaria’s golden sands; marvel at the volcanic landscapes of Tenerife and Lanzarote; explore the verdant lands of La Palma and stimulate your senses with Madeira’s fragrant gardens. Meanwhile, the cities of Lisbon and La Coruña boast an abundance of architectural, historical and cultural delights.

Ports of call: Southampton, England – Lisbon, Portugal – Funchal, Madeira – Santa Cruz, La Palma – Santa Cruz, Tenerife – Las Palmas, Gran Canaria – Arrecife, Lanzarote – La Coruña, Spain – Southampton, England

The 13-night L2135 ‘Arctic Norway & Northern Lights’ cruise, departing from Portsmouth on 4th November 2021. Prices start from £1,599 per person. Enjoy a FREE drinks package and your tips covered on this sailing when booked by 31st October 2021.

Revel in the early winter wonders of Northern Norway. In Narvik, embark on a thrilling husky-sled ride or witness Arctic wildlife at the Polar Park, while Tromsø’s attractions include Mount Storsteinen and the Arctic Cathedral. This sailing brings with it the chance to witness the wonder of the Aurora Borealis illuminating the night sky.

Ports of call: Portsmouth England – Molde, Norway – Narvik, Norway – Alta, Norway (overnight stay) – Tromsø, Norway – Ålesund, Norway – Portsmouth, England

The 6-night L2137 ‘German Christmas Markets’ cruise, departing from Portsmouth on 30th November 2021. Prices start from £699 per person.  

Immerse yourself in the famous yuletide spirit of Germany with visits to two enchanting cities, Bremen and Hamburg. Experience the magic of the German Christmas markets, draped in twinkling lights and decorations, with plenty of traditional gifts and fare on offer. Visit Bremen’s historic, UNESCO-listed centre and Hamburg’s impressive architectural landmarks, beautiful Alster Lake and the unique Miniatur Wunderland.

Ports of call: Portsmouth, England – Bremen, Germany – Hamburg, Germany (overnight stay)  – Portsmouth, England

Balmoral’s new itineraries have been unveiled following the recent launches of sailings aboard Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ new ships, Bolette and Borealis.

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Sun Princess And Sea Princess To Leave Princess Cruises Fleet

Princess Cruises has announced the sale of two of its ships, Sun Princess and Sea Princess, to undisclosed buyers. The sale of these vessels is in line with parent company Carnival Corporation’s plan to accelerate the removal of less efficient ships from its fleet.

“Sun Princess and Sea Princess contributed to significant growth in Australian cruising,” said Princess Cruises president Jan Swartz. “Both ships defined the premium cruise experience with Australians and New Zealanders spending close to 14 million nights aboard these ships. While it is never easy to say goodbye to any ship in our fleet, this will allow us to deploy newer ships enhancing our offerings for Australia cruisers and focus on bringing into service exciting newbuilds like the upcoming delivery of Enchanted Princess.”

The first ship in the Sun Class, Sun Princess was introduced in 1995 debuting in the Caribbean and was amongst the largest ships in the world at the time. The 2,000-guest Sun Princess also sailed in Alaska and Panama Canal, among other destinations, before being homeported in Australia in October 2007. Sun Princess also helped us open the Japanese market in 2013 as the first foreign-flagged cruise ship to offer cruises designed specifically for the Japanese.

The 2,000-guest Sea Princess became synonymous with World Cruises, having completed six full world cruises since 2013. During her time based in Australia, Sea Princess travelled the equivalent of 35 times around the world. Prior to joining Sun Princess in Australia, Sea Princess sailed in Europe and Alaska as well as the Caribbean, including serving as a homeport ship in Barbados in the mid- to late-2000s.

Due to the imminent departure of these two ships from the fleet, Princess Cruises will cancel published itineraries which include:

  •  Sun Princess sailings from December 28, 2020 through August 14, 2021
  •  Sea Princess sailings from December 23, 2020 through November 9, 2021

Guests with bookings will be notified, and along with their travel advisors, will receive information on how to book another Princess Cruise when operations resume. Guests who prefer a refund will be accommodated.

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P&O Cruises Cancels All Sailings Until Early 2021 – Looking Forward To Setting Sail For A New Beginning

P&O Cruises has today confirmed an extension to its pause in operations, with all sailings cancelled until early 2021.

All Caribbean cruises are cancelled until the end of January 2021 and all cruises from and to Southampton are cancelled through February as well as Arcadia and Aurora, which have already been cancelled through to the end of their spring world cruises. Further details of the specific sailings and dates are highlighted on the company’s website

P&O Cruises president Paul Ludlow said:

“With evolving restrictions on travel from the UK, unfortunately it is necessary to cancel these itineraries.

“These further cancellations vary according to ship as well as complexity and length of itineraries, advice and guidance regarding ports of call and current air availability for fly/cruises.

“We are continuing to monitor the overall situation closely and will certainly reintroduce cruises should the opportunity arise and it is feasible to do so.”

Ludlow confirmed that the company is working with several of the “most brilliant minds in science as well as government at the highest level” on the approved and enhanced health protocols, which will be in place once the company resumes sailing.

He continued: “Whilst adherence to the protocols on board and ongoing vigilance will be critical, this will always be coupled with providing the well-deserved and memorable holidays for which we are known, with all the standout moments on board and experiences on shore. This is what we have always done and will continue to do.”

Ludlow concluded on an optimistic note saying: “We cannot wait for restrictions to ease, borders to open and for us to once again be able to set sail for a new beginning.”

All guests with bookings on a cancelled cruise will be notified and will automatically receive an enhanced 125% Future Cruise Credit or alternatively a 100% refund by filling out a web form.

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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines New Ship Borealis To Sail From Liverpool In 2021

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Borealis fred olsen cruise lines

Sailings for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ second new ship Borealis have gone on sale today, with the inaugural programme featuring a number of brand new itineraries setting sail from Liverpool in 2021. This follows the launch of Bolette – another new ship for the cruise line – which went on sale last week.  

Borealis’ first cruise will be a six-night ‘Scottish Lochs & Isles’ sailing, departing from Liverpool on 23rd April 2021. This will be followed by a five-night ‘Irish Capitals & Scottish Scenery’ cruise, before the ship ventures further afield to the Mediterranean, Norway, Iceland and more.  

The ship will sail almost exclusively from Liverpool across the 2021 and 2022 programme, and will be taking on existing itineraries for Black Watch, which was retired from the fleet in August, as well as five brand new itineraries.  

Guests who book onto any of Borealis’ sailings for 2021 or 2022 by 30th September 2020 will enjoy FREE tips and money to spend on board – up to £100 per person.  

Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said:  

“It is so exciting to have both of our new ships on sale, and to be able to showcase some of the incredible itineraries that we have on offer. 

“In addition to taking on Black Watch’s sailings, Borealis will also take guests on a number of new cruises, offering opportunities to witness the natural beauty of closer-to-home islands around the UK, seek out the Northern Lights, from where Borealis takes her namesake, and recharge on a short Spanish City Break in the run up to Christmas next year. 

“Importantly, the new ships will still offer that Fred. Olsen experience our guests have come to know and love, with familiar venues and faces on board, but with a range of exciting new facilities, too.  

“We can’t wait to return to Liverpool, which has been such a popular regional port for us for a number of years now. We know Borealis will have an extremely warm welcome when she arrives there next spring.”  

Liverpool City Council Head of City Assets, Angie Redhead said: “We are delighted that Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has chosen Liverpool as the home port for its new ship, Borealis. It is a wonderful show of commitment to our city and reinforces the already strong partnership we have with them.” 

Highlights of Borealis’ inaugural cruise programme include: 

The six-night S2107 ‘Scottish Lochs & Isles’ cruise, departing from Liverpool on 23rd April 2021. Prices start from £599 per person.  

Be among the first guests to sail aboard Borealis, with opportunities to take in the natural beauty of some of Scotland’s waterways. Feel the tranquillity of Loch Broom, Eriboll and Torridon; look-out for scenic sights such as Beinn Ghobhlach; and enjoy time ashore to seek-out the treasures of the Shetlands and Orkneys. 

Ports of call: Liverpool, England – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Cruising Loch Torridon – Cruising Loch Broom – Cruising Loch Eriboll – Lerwick, Shetland Islands – Kirkwall, Orkney Islands – Liverpool, England   

The 16-night S2126 ‘In Search of Aurora Borealis’ cruise, departing from Liverpool on 16th November 2021. Prices start from £1,999 per person.  

Revel in the early winter wonders of Northern Norway, where dramatic landscapes, exhilarating adventures, and chances to witness the spectacular Northern Lights await. Enjoy an overnight stay in Tromsø; immerse yourself in Alta’s Sami heritage; go husky sledding into the wilderness surrounding Narvik; and even encounter native Arctic wildlife. 

Ports of call: Liverpool, England – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Ålesund, Norway – Crossing the Arctic Circle – Tromsø, Norway – Alta, Norway – Hammerfest, Norway – Narvik, Norway – Trondheim, Norway – Liverpool, England  

The 14-night S2129 ‘Canaries Christmas & Funchal Fireworks’ cruise, departing from Liverpool on 21st December 2021. Prices start from £2,299 per person.  

Escape to the sunnier climate of the Canary Islands for a memorable festive season. Enjoy a magical Christmas, with a feast of fun, food, and festivity on board Borealis; see in 2022 with one of the world’s greatest New Year’s fireworks displays in Madeira. Enjoy visits to four beautiful, culture-rich islands. 

Ports of call: Liverpool, England – Santa Cruz, Tenerife – Arrecife, Lanzarote – Las Palmas, Gran Canaria – Santa Cruz, La Palma – San Sebastian, La Gomera – Funchal, Madeira – Liverpool, England  

Borealis’ itineraries have been unveiled following the launch of sailings for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ new flagship, Bolette, last week.  

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