Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is set to return to Australia for the first time since 2020 as a part of their 2024 World Cruise. On board Borealis, guests will embark on a magnificent 101-night journey, visiting destinations such as Hawaii, French Polynesia, Australia, Bali, Oman, and many more.

This extensive voyage offers three days on Florida’s coast, wildlife encounters in Costa Rica’s rainforests, Hawaiian cultural experiences amidst volcanic panoramas, and idyllic moments on the French Polynesian islands.

Guests will relish in New Zealand’s varied landscapes, renowned vineyards, and picturesque waterways, while Australia presents iconic landmarks and natural wonders like Ayers Rock. The Asian portion of the trip includes the seldom-visited Alotau in Papua New Guinea, tranquil Bali, and Komodo Island—home to the world’s largest lizard.

Martin Lister, Head of Itinerary Planning and Destination Experience at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said:

“On this epic cruise circumnavigating the world, our guests will have a multitude of opportunities to see varying species of marine and wildlife.

“The waters around Hawaii are said to be some of the best for whale watching and we have timed this cruise to coincide with humpback whales making their annual migratory trip from the summer feeding grounds of Alaska.

“Together with our trusted partners, we have planned some incredible once-in-a-lifetime experiences to enable guests to truly immerse themselves in the destination they are visiting. These include seeing Uluru at sunrise in Australia, discovering more about village life in Papua New Guinea on a shore tour to see local women demonstrate the age-old technique of clay pot making and spending time with a Dabbawala in Mumbai delivering tiffin lunch boxes.”

For more information on the Fred. Olsen World Cruise, follow this link.