‘We have been working closely with our destination partners and the UK government when it comes to our future itineraries,’ explained Clare Ward, director, product and customer service, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines.
‘Our journey planners have worked exceptionally hard in curating these new sailings… These sailings will also be a great opportunity for us to showcase our new ships, which is why we are pleased to offer an all inclusive drinks package or on board spending credit, to help our guests make the most of the many newly-refurbished bars, lounges and facilities on board.’
Caribbean and the Americas
Borealis’ 34-night ‘Cultural Caribbean and the Americas’ cruise will sail from Southampton January 6, 2022 calling: Ponta Delgada, São Miguel, Azores, Portugal, St John’s, Antigua and Barbuda, Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, Santa Marta, Colombia, Colon, Panama, Puerto Limón, Costa Rica (overnight stay,) Belize City, Belize, Cozumel, Mexico, Kings Wharf, Bermuda (overnight stay,) and Southampton.
Departure of a 38-night sailing is also available from and returning to Liverpool on January 4, 2022.
Departing Southampton on January 30, 2022 the line's newest vessel, Bolette, will sail a 14-night ‘In Search of the Northern Lights’ itinerary, calling Trondheim, Norway, Alta, Norway (overnight stay,) Tromsø, Norway (overnight stay,) Bodø, Norway, Ålesund, Norway and Southampton.
Adriatic with Venice
Bolette’s 19-night ‘Ancient Adriatic with Venice’ program leaves from Southampton on February 13, 2022 calling: Cartagena, Spain, Valletta, Malta, Split, Croatia, Venice, Italy, Zadar, Croatia Dubrovnik, Croatia, Cruising Strait of Messina, Italy, Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, Lisbon, Portugal and Southampton.
Borealis’ ‘Touring Scenic Ireland in Five Nights’ cruise departs Liverpool on April 14, 2022 before passing Ireland’s Spike Island. It will call: Cobh, Country Cork, Galway, cruising by Cliffs of Moher, cruising by Dún Aonghasa, Aran Islands, cruising by Clare Island, Clew Bay, cruising by Croaghaun, Achill Island, cruising by Inishkea Islands, cruising Wild Atlantic Bay, Mayo, cruising by Downpatrick Head, Mayo, cruising by Malin Head & Sliabh Liag, cruising by Arranmore. The vessel will then sail Tory Island and Belfast, Northern Ireland before returning to Liverpool.
Plain Sailing Guarantee
The line is offering ‘risk-free deposits’ on all new bookings for 2021, 2022 and 2023 as part of its Plain Sailing Guarantee. It means passengers may be able to move their deposit to any other cruise within 12 months of their original sailing, as long as it’s before the final balance has been paid. Passengers can also receive a refund if the cruise is cancelled.