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FRED. OLSEN CRUISE LINES –


SMALL SHIPS FOR A BIG WORLD WORLDWIDE ITINERARIES FOR 2021-2022 JUST LAUNCHED


At Fred. Olsen, we are proud to sail our fleet of smaller ships. A family run company, and with no more than 1,200 guests at a time,


we can offer a personalised service, cruising from five UK departure ports. And the benefits don’t stop there…


Braemar sailing the Corinth Canal


We can take you to more interesting places


Steep-sided, narrow canals? No problem. Braemar made history last year when she


traversed Greece’s historic Corinth Canal, at just 24-metres wide at its narrowest point. You could, quite literally, almost touch the sides. In April 2021 we will


return for another outstanding voyage, showcasing small ship cruising at its


best. We are returning for a third time in September 2022.


Braemar docked in Bordeaux


You can get much closer


Our small ships can dock in the heart of some truly beautiful destinations, navigating low bridges and shallower


waterways. In Seville, sail the Guadalquivir River right into the city centre. In Helsinki, we dock on the edge of the market


square. In Bordeaux, your explorations will begin right at the end of the gangway. In


Copenhagen, you’ll find the Little Mermaid statue and Amalienborg Palace just a short walk from the ship.


Personal service for all of our guests


You’ll enjoy a more personal service on board


We’re not trying to deal with thousands of passengers, so we can provide a genuine and caring service for each of our guests. We’re a family run business,


not a giant corporation, so we take great pride in the way we look after our guests and go above and beyond the kind of


service you can learn from a handbook or a training course.


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