Published on : Thursday, August 23, 2018
Not only does almost every itinerary in Braemar’s ex-Southampton cruise schedule in 2019 promise to take guests ‘closer’ to the destination that they are visiting, but holidaymakers will also be able to enjoy the enhanced and upgraded facilities on board following an extensive multi-million-Pound, refurbishment programme across the Fred. Olsen fleet.
Martin Lister, Head of Itinerary Planning and Destination Experience for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said:
“’Closer’ cruising is something that we feel passionate about at Fred. Olsen, and it is right at the heart of what we do. The smaller, more intimate size of Braemar, along with the rest of Fred. Olsen’s four-ship ocean fleet, means that it can reach destinations that larger cruise lines cannot – be it by docking just a 10-minute walk away from Marseille’s beautiful marina, cruising beneath the Karmsund Bridge in Norway or sailing slowly along the Kiel Canal.
“There is nothing better than stepping off the ship and being right where you need to be – and that will be the case on almost every itinerary aboard Braemar for 2019.”
In addition, guests will also be able to immerse themselves even further into the destinations that they are visiting aboard one of Braemar’s new Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs), which are expected to be installed on board the ship by the end of 2018. Each RIB carries 12 people, and – at an extra cost – will take guests ‘off the beaten tourist track’ to see extraordinary sights, from isolated stretches of coastline to well-known wildlife hotspots.
Highlights of Braemar’s ‘closer’ cruise programme from Southampton in 2019 include:
– 13-night M1913 ‘Cruising to the Heart of the Baltic’ cruise, departing on 26th May 2019. Prices start from £1,699 per person.
Source:- Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
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