Sister ship of flagship Bolette, and perfectly suited for enjoying scenic cruising of the world's lesser-known waterways. From cruising past remarkable landscapes and historical sites to capturing the beauty of the natural world.
Welcome to Borealis
Borealis joined Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines in 2020 and features a wonderful series of lounges, bars, elegant restaurants and wide-open deck spaces, as well as 702 beautiful cabins and suites; perfectly suited to the Fred. Olsen style of cruising. The second ship in Fred. Olsen’s history to be named Borealis takes its name from the cruise line’s Norway heritage, a place where the Aurora Borealis dances overhead – much to the delight of many a cruiser on the decks below. With less than 1,500 guests and more public space than other ships in the Fred Olsen fleet, Borealis will be a relaxing home-from-home anywhere in the world. Celebrate the romance of cruising all over again on a ship with personality and plenty of new-to-the-fleet features.
What's on board Borealis?
Fred. Olsen's Borealis offers a comfortable and well-rounded cruise experience with a range of dining venues, bars, entertainment options, a spa, a fitness centre, and a swimming pool. Guests can engage in diverse activities and enrichment programs. The ship's welcoming atmosphere, combined with its mid-sized capacity, ensures a relaxed and enjoyable cruise for travellers seeking a more intimate experience.