With the Government making foreign travel more challenging, UK cruises are now becoming an even more popular choice. To entice travellers, Fred Olsen Cruises passengers booking this weekend can enjoy a free all inclusive drinks package or no single supplement on a selection of cruises.
There are six cruises on offer aboard new ships Borealis and Bolette, with departures available from Liverpool or Dover. Included are scenic sailings of Scotland’s picturesque waterways, taking in dramatic scenery such as Duncansby Sea Stacks and Old Man of Hoy, or Fingal’s Cave and Kilt Rock. There are also cruises with ports of call, including Falmouth and Portland in the south, or the northerly ports of Lerwick and Kirkwall.
Guests can choose between an all inclusive drinks package, offering selected house wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks, and their tips covered, or no single supplement on each cruise.
The flash offer launches today and runs until Tuesday 8 June.
Commenting, Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said: “This summer is set to be like no other when it comes to holidaying in the UK. Adding an all inclusive drinks package is a great way to help our guests make the most of their time with us, and to enjoy the many facilities and new venues we have on board our new ships. We also have a selection of cruises with no single supplements, designed especially for our solo travellers.
“A cruise offers a unique way to see so many wonderful destinations right on our doorstep. So if you’ve been looking for a UK break this summer, why not join us on board and see our wonderful British Isles from a whole new perspective?”
The offer features six cruises, including:
- Borealis’ four-night S213 ‘Scenic British Isles & Summer Wildlife’ cruise, departing from Liverpool on 8 July 2021.
- Borealis’ nine-night S2131 ‘Touring Scenic British Isles’ cruise, departing from Liverpool on 2 September 2021.
- Bolette’s five-night T217 ‘Touring Scenic Orkneys & Shetlands’ cruise, departing from Dover on 24 August 2021.