Fred. Olsen Offers Free All-Inclusive Drinks Upgrade On Norwegian Fjords Cruises In 2019
On 15 selected itineraries sailing to the Norwegian Fjords with Fred Olsen in 2019, holidaymakers can enjoy free all-inclusive drinks upgrade when they book by 31st October 2018.
The free all-inclusive drinks upgrade offer is available on board all four of its ocean ships – Balmoral, Braemar, Boudicca and Black Watch – on selected Norwegian fjords sailings between April and August 2019. Durations range from five to nine nights, departing from all five of Fred. Olsen’s convenient UK ports – Southampton, Dover, Liverpool, Newcastle and Edinburgh (Rosyth).
Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines said:
Norway is where our four more intimately-sized ocean ships really come into their own, as their smaller stature allows them to navigate right into the depths of the stunning fjords where many of the larger lines simply cannot reach. This tempting new offer means that guests can sail alongside the sheer cliffs, towering mountains, mighty waterfalls and rolling valleys of the Norwegian fjords next year without the worry of a bar bill to settle at the end of their holiday.
Fred. Olsen has included the following Norwegian fjords itineraries in 2019 in this offer:
Braemar’s eight-night M1912 ‘Norwegian Fjords & Cities’
Sailing from Southampton
18th May 2019
Balmoral’s seven-night L1916 ‘The Best of the Fjords in Seven Nights’
Sailing from Edinburgh (Rosyth)
25th July 2019
Boudicca’s nine-night D1920 ‘Scenic Fjords of Norway’
Sailing from Dover
28th August 2019
In 2019/20, Fred. Olsen’s ocean fleet will be visiting no fewer than 219 destinations in 75 countries around the globe, covering 79 areas of scenic cruising.
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All inclusive offers are becoming more popular and this trend is growing in the cruising market. Saga announced last week that its new ships will be all-inclusive from 2020 and P&O Cruises also confirmed that they will be removing auto-gratuities in 2019.