Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has teased further details of its 2022 programme, with two brand new cruises available to book today: ‘Canada in the Fall’ and ‘Rugged and Remote Spitsbergen’. Guests booking early will also enjoy up to £250 per person to spend on board, completely free.
In June 2022, Balmoral will set sail on a 15-night voyage of discovery to some of the most rugged and remote landscapes of Spitsbergen, in the Norwegian Archipelago of Svalbard, including a crossing of the Arctic Circle to experience the eerie Midnight Sun.
An exceptional 19-night voyage to Canada is the second of the new cruises, with this exciting itinerary made possible by the impressive sailing speeds of Fred. Olsen’s new ship Borealis.
The ports have been specifically designed to offer guests exceptional opportunities ashore, taking in seven ports across three Canadian provinces, and ample opportunity to witness the wonderful autumnal beauty with national parks, forests and trails all within reach.
Those who book before 31st December will enjoy up to £200 per person to spend on board for the Spitsbergen cruise, and up to £250 per person for Canada.
Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said:
“These cruises are set to deliver some exceptional sights and experiences, both from on board and ashore.
“Canada is renowned for being one of the best places to showcase the beauty of autumn in all its glory, and these ports have been specially selected to allow our guests to witness this true wonder for themselves.
“From Sydney, guests can follow the Cabot Trail and take in the Cape Breton Highlands, explore the Forillon National Park in Gaspé, and, in Quebec, immerse themselves in the autumnal colours from Jacques-Cartier National Park.
“In Spitsbergen, Balmoral will really come into her own, with her smaller size allowing us to offer unspoilt views of many natural wonders, from sailing alongside glaciers and down narrow fjords, to the destinations themselves.
“I know our guests will be just as excited about this sneak peek into our 2022 programme as we are, with an on board spending offer which will enable them to get the most out of their holiday both on and off the ship.”
Details of the two new cruises are as follows:
Balmoral’s 15-night L2217 ‘Rugged and Remote Spitsbergen’ cruise, departing from Newcastle on 22nd June 2022. Prices start from £2,499 per person, with up to £200 per person in free on board spending money.
Ports of call: Newcastle, England – Olden, Norway – Cruising Nordfjord and Innvikfjord – Måloy, Norway – Cruising Nærøysundet – Cruising by Torghatten and Seven Sisters mountain range – Crossing the Arctic Circle –Cruising Trollfjord and Devil’s Jaw – Honningsvåg, Norway – Cruising by North Cape and The Horn – Pyramiden, Spitsbergen, Svalbard – Cruising Nordenskiöldbreen, Tempelfjorden and Tuna Glacier – Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen, Svalbard – Tromsø, Norway – Cruising by Black Glacier (Svartisen) – Cruising Nordfjord (Meløy) – Åndalsnes, Norway – Cruising Romsdalfjorden and Isfjord – Newcastle, England
Borealis’ 19-night S2226 ‘Canada in the Fall’ cruise, departing from Liverpool on 28th September 2022. Prices start from £2,999 per person, with up to £250 per person in free on board spending money.
Ports of call: Liverpool, England – Cobh, Ireland – St John’s, Newfoundland, Canada – Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada – Gaspé, Quebec, Canada – Baie-Comeau, Quebec, Canada – Québec City, Quebec, Canada – Port Saguenay, Canada – Cruising Saguenay River – Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Liverpool, England
These itineraries follow on from two other 2022 cruises teased by Fred. Olsen earlier in the year: the 28-night ‘Black Sea Discovery with the Mediterranean’ sailing, also in September, and the 101-night World Cruise aboard Borealis setting sail in January of that year.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines will release its entire 2022/23 programme for its new-look fleet in March.