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Balmoral renewed We’re not interested in gimmicks like zip wires, climbing walls or celebrity chefs. We don’t have boastful megaships. Balmoral is one of four smaller-scaled vessels that retain the style, ambience and understated quality of a country house hotel. The friendly, personable atmosphere and dedicated staff on board will ensure you feel at home straight away, avoiding the overwhelming, hectic atmosphere of larger vessels. Balmoral has its own distinct personality, but retains the renowned comfort and attentive service that is known and loved across the Fred. Olsen fleet.


A smaller ship doesn’t mean less space; far from it. Each room on board Balmoral is comfortably sized, with all that you’ll need to enjoy your holiday. In fact, our rooms are comparable to those on some of the mammoth cruise ships. While Balmoral is on a more accessible scale, you can have just as much private space. With fewer people on board it’s easy to find a quiet spot to relax in peace with a drink or a good book. There’s room to stretch out by the pool and you can get ashore more quickly.


In December 2017, Balmoral entered a dry dock for thorough refurbishment, including brand new The Grill and Poolside restaurants, refreshed lounges, upgraded bedrooms and enhanced facilities, making it even better than before. We continue to invest in our fleet to ensure there is no comparison to discovering the world on board a Fred. Olsen ship. With the fifth generation Fred. Olsen as Chairman and 170 years of seafaring heritage behind us, we believe we’ve found the perfect formula for you to get the best out of your holiday with us.


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