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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has taken the difficult decision to pause cruise operations for a period of time, as many other cruise operators have already done. This is in light of the recent announcement from the UK Government which advises those aged over 70, or with underlying health issues, not to take cruise holidays.

As more ports across the world close to cruise ships, it is becoming more challenging to offer guests the best holiday experience. It is intended that cruises will resume on 23rd May 2020 (subject to change).

Fred. Olsen's river ship Brabant will pause operations and the 2020 season will now commence on 16th April (subject to change).

For existing bookings, guests will be contacted to discuss their options. Fred. Olsen are offering a full refund or a voucher which can be used to buy any future cruise costing up to 125 per cent of the original fare.


The extraordinary situation generated by the CoVid-19 virus has worldwide implications. The governments of a number of countries are taking steps to assure the well being of their populations.

CroisiEurope, as a family company, applauds these actions and has taken unprecedented steps to secure the health and safety of guests.

All cruises through April 15, 2020 inclusive (subject to change) have been postponed. The safety and well-being of passengers and staff remains CroisiEurope's top priority.

Booked passengers, who are impacted by these changes, will receive full credit and be able to apply this credit to a cruise at a future date and, in addition, receive a voucher for 150€ per person for a future cruise (booked on individual basis).


Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines have reduced the supplement for single travellers on a wide range of cruises for 2020/21. Supplements vary from 25%, 50% or 75% but are only available on selected cabin grades.
Offer available until sold out.


Fred. Olsen are offering a unique itinerary, where in one sailing, guests will be able to visit remote destinations in Norway, Svalbard, Iceland and Greenland.

Dramatic landscapes that have beckoned visitors from around the world await guests on this fantastic expedition. Vistas of unparalleled beauty are set amidst waters bursting with marine and birdlife.

From Norway's wonderland of mighty waterfalls, rolling valleys and chocolate box towns to Iceland's fascinating Viking history and remarkable wildlife.

From Svalbard's peaks, glaciers, and vast ice fields to Greenland's dramatic fjords, imposing mountains and majestic icebergs.

This memorable cruise adventure is specially created to show all the wild and wonderful highlights of these distinct nations but in the renowned comfort Boudicca.

Voyage to the top of the World - 14th August 2021 - 28 nights - Boudicca - from Dover.

Prices start at $8,899pp twin share.


On Wednesday 9 October 2019, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines' Braemar broke the existing record to become the largest ship ever to traverse the Corinth Canal, a famous feat of engineering. The Canal is only 24 metres wide at its narrowest point.

Braemar, at 24,344-gross-tonnes, 195.82-metre-long, 22.52-metre-wide undertook the breath-taking transit of the 6.4-kilometre-long Corinth Canal in Greece as part of a 25 night Greek Isles & Corinth Canal cruise from Southampton.

Braemar is scheduled to cross the Corinth Canal again in 2021 and you can witness this on the 25 night cruise departing from Southampton on 16 April 2021. There are only a limited number of inside and outside cabins remaining on this voyage, which are expected to sell out quickly.

If you prefer not to travel in 2021, the 2022 departure of the Corinth Canal & Greek Isles, cruising 23 September 2022 from Southampton is now available to book.

See your travel agent for further details.


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