Fred Olsen Cruises from Newcastle UK

Listed below is the full schedule of Fred Olsen Cruises departing from Newcastle UK, Port of Tyne, in 2012, 2013.

fred olsen boudicca
26-Sep 2012
(14 nights)
Boudicca

Western Meditteranean

Newcastle UK, Ferrol (Spain), Gibraltar, Cartagena (Spain), Mallorca, Alicante, Malaga, Lisbon (Portugal), Newcastle UK

fred olsen boudicca
18-Jun 2013
(13 nights)
Black Watch

Stockholm & Russia Cruise

Newcastle UK, Copenhagen (Denmark), Tallinn (Estonia), St Petersburg (Russia), Stockholm (Sweden), Kiel (Germany), Kiel Canal
Transit, Newcastle UK

fred olsen boudicca
1-Jul 2013
(8 nights)
Black Watch

Midnight Sun Cruise

Newcastle UK, Kristiansund (Norway), Bronnoysund, Bodo, Bergen, Newcaslte UK

fred olsen boudicca
9-Jul 2013
(13 nights)
Black Watch

Estonia & Russia Cruise

Newcastle, Aalborg (Denmark), Warnemunde (Germany), Saaremaa Island (Estonia), Tallinn, St Petersburg (Russia), Karlskrona

(Sweden), Copenhagen (Denmark), Newcastle

fred olsen boudicca
22-Jul 2013
(8 nights)
Black Watch

Fjords of Norway Cruise

Newcastle UK, Alesund (Norway), Olden – Sogn og Fjordane, Skjolden, Flam – Sognefjord, Bergen – Hordaland, Newcastle UK

fred olsen boudicca
30-Jul 2013
(15 nights)
Black Watch

Canary Islands Cruise

Newcastle UK, La Coruna (Spain), Santa Cruz – La Palma, Sta Cruz de Tenerife, Las Palmas – Gran Canaria, Arrecife – Lanzarote,

Lisbon (Portugal), Newcastle UK

fred olsen boudicca
14-Aug 2013
(4 nights)
Black Watch

Norway & Scotland Cruise

Newcastle, Bergen – Hordaland (Norway), Kirkwall (Orkney Islands), Edinburgh – Rosyth (Scotland)

For over 160 years, the Fred Olsen Cruise Lines have accomodated countless vacationers to popular holiday destinations around the globe, including Cruises from Newcastle. This fifth-generation Norwegian-owned company is headquartered in Ipswich, Suffolk, U.K. and operates virtually world-wide. From Scandinavia and the Baltic, across Northern Europe and down to the Mediterranean and Adriatic, the Canary Islands and Africa, and westward to the Caribbean, South America, the United States and Canada, Fred Olsen Cruise Lines is undoubtedly “all-encompassing” when it comes to travel.

As part of Fred Olsen’s customary service, travellers are treated to such amenities as: ensuite accomodations, all meals for the duration of the cruise, day-long and early evening complimentary tea and coffee, in-cabin tea and coffee facilities, professional entertainment, onboard activities daily, sports and exercise leisure activities, cocktail parties at both welcome and farewell with all port taxes and fees included. All of this, plus the Fred Olsen Cruises from Newcastle unequalled charm and professionalism keep holiday-seekers returning time and again.

Scandanavia and Baltic Cruises

Scandinavia is one of the Fred Olsen Cruises from Newcastle favourite destinations, with ports of call such as Copenhagen, Gothenberg, Oslo and Kristiansand on regular itinerary. One of their most popular is a Baltic Cruise from Newcastle.

Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, is the most-visited city in the Nordic countries, and is an international leader in culture, science, business and media. One of the world’s most environmentally-friendly metropolitan regions, Copenhagen prides itself on being an example to the rest of the world for its’ leadership in the green movement, and its’ regular ranking as having one of the highest quality of living world-wide speaks to Copenhagen’s commitment. Copenhagen’s many art museums and appreciation for the fine arts provides tourists never-ending sight-seeing opportunities. One of the world’s oldest amusement parks is in this Danish capital: Tivoli Gardens, which has operated since 1843, and features both the oldest roller coaster and ferris wheel in operation.

Gothenberg, Sweden has the largest seaport of the Nordic countries, and offers many cultural and architectural delights for visitors. Scandinavia’s largest shopping centre, Nordstan, is a Gothenberg fixture along with the world-famous Botanical Garden, one of Europe’s most popular tourist attractions. Slottsskogen, a large city park, contains the Natural History Museum as well as an obervatoury and zoo shich are guaranteed to delight visitors.

Norway’s capital, Oslo, is renowned for it’s intellectual and cultural atmosphere, with museums and exhibits dedicated to such Norwegian notables as the artist Edvard Munch and writers Henrik Ibsen and Knut Hamsun are prominent. Oslo is known as the “City of Festivals” with top-flight musical performances year-round featuring internationally-acclaimed artists.

One of Norway’s oldest and most historic cities, Kristiansand has been a settlement since approximately 400 A.D. This picturesque seaside in southern Norway is one of Scandinavia’s most popular summer destinations due to it’s abundant sunshine and wealth of outdoor activities. As in Oslo, Kristiansand offers year-round festivals celebrating music, the arts, and the unique Protestfestival, which seeks to address political apathy.

For the absolute grandest scenic tour of Scandinavia, with it’s incomparable beauty and historical attractions, Fred Olsen Cruises from Newcastle is certain to fit any traveller’s agenda.

Canary Islands Cruise

On a Canary Islands cruise from Newcastle, you will be taking in the beautiful mediterranean ports of La Coruna, Santa Cruz de la Palma, Santa Cruz de la Tenerife, Las Palmas, Accecife and Lisbon. On board you’ll be pampered in extraordinary accomodations, including meals throughout the cruise. Onboard entertainment is ongoing, and travellers are treated to both welcome and farewell cocktail parties. All port taxes and fees are included, leaving the traveller with little to do other than enjoy this unforgettable cruise.