Fred. Olsen returns to operation with Borealis debut


Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has resumed crusing, with new ship Borealis departing on her maiden voyage from Liverpool.

It is the primary time that the 1,360-guest ship will set sail with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, and marks the launch of a ‘Welcome Back’ programme of UK summer time sailings.

Borealis brings quite a few new venues and amenities to the fleet, together with a grand, two-tier theatre and foremost restaurant, an all-weather pool with retractable roof, a big spa and thermal suite and new venue, the Auditorium, providing culinary demonstrations and extra.

Guests may also have the possibility to savour new flavours in Borealis’ new specialty eating eating places.

While the ship will sail at 50 per cent capability initially, Borealis will at all times carry lower than 1,400 visitors.

Peter Deer, managing director for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, stated: “Today is a truly momentous day for us, as not only are we setting sail again after 16 months, but we are doing so with the first of two wonderful new ships.”

“I have to prolong my private due to every member of our great crew, our shoreside crew and our commerce companions for his or her laborious work, dedication, ardour and dedication, and to our visitors, each new and returning, for the help, endurance and loyalty they confirmed as we ready for our return.

“This voyage setting sail today is the beginning of a bright new future for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines with two remarkable new ships among the fleet.”



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