Fred Olsen Cruises picked a selection of four cruises to take travelers straight to the highlights of Europe, from the fjords of Norway to the beaches of the Canary Islands
Fred Olsen’s European Cruises for 2010 include trips and excursions to see the sights and cities of Europe. Every cruise offers the friendly and attentive service typical of Fred Olsen Cruise Lines.
This 7-night Norwegian Cruise offer starts from 15th May 2010. The ship will leave from Dover, and then go to Oslo (Norway), Fredrikstad (Norway), Kristiansand (Norway), Stavanger (Norway), Dover. The best place to experience Norwegian culture at its finest is the capital, Oslo, on Norway's National Day. After a day of parades and funfairs, clients can relax as Balmoral heads for the fjords and beautiful scenery of southern Norway.
Secrets of Spain
This 8-night Iberia Cruise starts from the 30th July 2010. The ship will leave from Southampton, then go to La Coruna (Spain), Gibraltar, Lisbon (Portugal), Vigo (Spain), Southampton. Black Watch will journey south on an exploration of the Iberian peninsular. This cruise has it all to offer to who is attracted by the history of La Coruna or taking in the rolling cityscape of the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, with a chance to see the apes of Gibraltar.
This Norway Cruise starts from the 8th August 2010. The ship will leave from Rosyth (Edinburgh, then go to Molde (Norway), Andalsnes (Norway), Trondheim (Norway), Olden (Norway), Bergen (Norway), Rosyth (Edinburgh), Anchor Port. With a short hop from Rosyth across to Western Norway, Boudicca will go right into the heart of the Norwegian fjords.
This Canary Islands Cruise starts from the 5th October 2010. The ship will leave from Dover, then go to Funchal (Madeira), Santa Cruz (La Palma), Santa Cruz (Tenerife), Las Palmas (Gran Canaria), Arrecife (Lanzarote), Lisbon (Portugal), Dover. Braemar will head south for the sub-tropical delights of the Canary Islands and Madeira.