Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is offering guests a 17-night ‘Natural Wonders of Azores & Iceland’ voyage on board Black Watch from Liverpool on 19 April 2022 – working with leading whale and dolphin charity, ORCA.
Fred. Olsen partners with ORCA
With the expert ORCA Cruise Conservationists on board, Black Watch guests will have the chance to witness the various species of whales migrating to their Summer feeding grounds in late Spring and may even get to see the world’s largest mammals – Blue Whales, Humpback, Orca and Pilot Whales.
The ORCA Cruise Conservationists will also give guests talks on how the charity is committed to conserving, safeguarding and monitoring these astonishing creatures, and how guests can, in turn, play their part in this important conservation work.
Jackie Martin, Marketing and Sales Director at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines said:
Hot on the heels of recently winning Cruise Critic’s prestigious ‘Best for Itineraries’ award – for a record fifth consecutive year – we are delighted to share this brand new exploration of the Azores and Iceland in 2022. Combining sub-tropical and sub-Arctic landscapes in one adventure, this unique itinerary has been specially-crafted to follow in the footsteps of important whale migration routes. That’s not all: we have teamed up with marine conservation charity, ORCA, who will be on board to bring their expertise along for the voyage. From the Azores’ richly-coloured terrain and remarkable black lava formations, to Iceland’s plummeting waterfalls and world-renowned geothermal pools, it is all awaiting our guests, on one extraordinary voyage.