Fred Olsen cruises in 2014 will see the launch of two much anticipated Grand Voyages. The 114 night epic world cruise aboard the Black Watch is the cruise line’s longest ever journey and will take in destinations throughout Europe, India, South East Asia, Australia, the South Pacific and South America.
Departing as a roundtrip from Southampton, the 2014 world cruise is possibly the greatest opportunity for UK travellers to see the best the world has to offer on one of the last remaining grand expeditions.
The Balmoral will also offer a 104 night world cruise in January 2014 cruising through the delights of the Middle East and India to the Far East and returning to Southampton via the Pacific west coast and Caribbean islands.
Fred Olsen will visit 12 new ports during its schedule for 2014 stopping at a number of exotic locations including Osaka and Hiroshima in Japan, Puerto Vallarta in Mexico, Vaasa in Sweden and Yangon in Myanmar.
A total of 240 different ports in 77 countries are on offer for cruise travellers throughout the 2013-2014 seasons.
New for UK guests is the addition of another three UK departure ports providing even greater access to international destinations from across the UK. Fred Olsen cruises from Harwich, Liverpool and Belfast will be launched in 2013 and available throughout 2014.
For 2014 the Braemar will be based in Tenerife offering the cruise line’s first ever fly cruises to the Canary Islands. Passengers will be able to set sail from a variety of convenient UK airports before picking up the ship in the Canary Islands and enjoying a range of itineraries to destinations throughout the Canary Islands, Cape Verde and West Africa.
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