Published on : Monday, April 18, 2016
In the year that the longest reigning British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, celebrates her 90th birthday, Fred. Olsen is offering its guests a 10-night sailing, departing from Newcastle on 18th June 2016, that will take in many of ‘Britain’s Historic Sites and Scenic Delights’, aboard its stylish flagship, Balmoral – sharing a name with the Queen’s beloved Balmoral in the Scottish Highlands. This patriotic cruise takes in the lively cities and pretty towns of Dover, St. Peter Port, Falmouth, Dublin, Anglesey (from Holyhead), Invergordon and Edinburgh (from Rosyth), with a chance to visit some of the UK’s finest attractions, including, The Eden Project, Loch Ness and the 13th century Beaumaris Castle.
Nathan Philpot, Sales & Marketing Director at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said:
“In a year where there will be plenty of celebrations and patriotic flag-waving for our Queen’s 90th birthday, there really isn’t a better time to explore and discover some of the magnificent scenery, history and culture we have here in our home isles.
“Plus, in the recent ITV documentary, ‘Our Queen at 90’, it was revealed how fond the Queen is of the Balmoral estate in Scotland and, with a shared name, we are sure that cruise guests will love our Balmoral just as the Queen does hers!”
Balmoral’s 10-night L1613 ‘Britain’s Historic Sites and Scenic Delights’ cruise departs from Newcastle on 18th June 2016, prices start from £799 per person, including accommodation, all meals, entertainment and port dues.
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