Double FREE On Board Spend on Fred. Olsen’s longest-ever ‘Grand Voyage’ in Autumn 2019

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has launched its new ‘Exceptional Explorations’ brochure, showcasing great-value offers on once-in-a-lifetime adventures to the world’s most exotic destinations in 2019/20.

Holidaymakers looking to embark on an ‘Around the World’ odyssey with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines can enjoy double FREE On Board Spend – of up to £1,400 per person – on board Boudicca’s 168-night D19GV ‘Grand Voyage’, setting sail in October 2019, on all new bookings made by 28th February 2019 inclusive.

Meanwhile, those looking to enjoy an exotic holiday within a shorter duration can take advantage of a ‘FREE Drinks & Tips’ upgrade on a number of exciting fly-cruises in 2019/20, as part of Fred. Olsen’s popular ‘Cruise Sale’, when booking by 28th February 2019 inclusive.

In its ‘FREE Drinks and Tips’ offer, Fred. Olsen guests can enjoy selected house wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks all day and evening, without the added hassle of settling a bar bill, plus all gratuities will be paid by the cruise line.

Details of Boudicca’s ‘Grand Voyage’ are as follows:

– Boudicca’s 168-night D19GV ‘Grand Voyage’, ex Dover on 3rd October 2019.

This really is an exceptional itinerary and I am thrilled to tell you that I will be joining Boudicca as she embarks on this historic sailing for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines.

On Fred. Olsen’s ‘Grand Voyage’, guests will be able to go in search of lemurs and chameleons in their native Madagascan habitat; behold the beautiful, unspoilt beaches, dense jungle interiors and spectacular coral reefs of Indonesia; and meander through the colourful ‘floating garden’ island of Madeira.

In South Africa, guests will continue to tick items off their ‘bucket list’, as they seek out the ‘Big Five’, on unmissable safari adventures, during stops at Port Elizabeth and Richards Bay; see the penguins of Boulders Beach on a tour from Cape Town; while, in Australia, ‘Boudicca’ will sail to the Great Barrier Reef and Kangaroo Island, home to wild kangaroos, wallabies and koalas.

Meanwhile, those looking to jet set across the world on a shorter Fred. Olsen fly-cruise will have the added benefit of a ‘FREE Drinks & Tips’ upgrade, for bookings made by 28th February 2019 inclusive.

Visit culturally-diverse Singapore and the famous ‘James Bond Island’; wonder at the incredible temples of Burma and the ravishing landscapes of Bali; and explore the fascinating city of Mumbai, before retiring for an evening of fine dining and entertainment aboard stylish, 880-guest Boudicca.

Fred. Olsen’s ‘FREE Drinks & Tips’ upgrade is available on the following sample fly-cruises:

– Boudicca’s 16-night D1926 ‘African Wildlife & Landscapes’ fly-cruise, ex Cape Town, South Africa (flights from London Gatwick / Manchester / Scotland) on 30th October 2019.

Ports of call: Cape Town, South Africa (overnight stay) – Port Elizabeth, South Africa – Richards Bay, South Africa – Mamoudzou, Mayotte, Comoros – Hell-Ville (Andoany), Nosy Be, Madagascar – Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles (overnight stay)

– Boudicca’s 14-night D2002 ‘Singapore, Bali & Burma’ fly-cruise, ex Benoa, Bali, Indonesia (flights from London Gatwick / Manchester / Scotland) on 22nd January 2020.

Ports of call: Benoa, Bali, Indonesia (overnight stay) – Singapore – Phuket, Thailand – Yangon (from Thilawa), Myanmar (Burma) (overnight stay) – Colombo, Sri Lanka (overnight stay)

 

Trying to explore each and every inch of this wonderful planet via cruise ship.

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