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Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom, 2010/10/08 - Fred Olsen Cruise Lines created World Cruise sectors. These are specially selected segments that allow joining the cruise en-route for between two and six weeks, depending on the cruise destination.
Customers can for example book a cruise which set sails from Southampton for the Caribbean cruise and South America, then fly back from Peru. Or book a fly cruise and join Balmoral cruise ship in Singapore, for an exotic 13-night Thailand cruise, the west coast of India and on to Dubai for your flight home. In this trip customers can enjoy the warmer climes of the Canaries. Then settle back and relax as Balmoral will cruise across the Atlantic for Barbados and the Caribbean islands. Then they’ll navigate the magnificent Panama Canal and cruise down South America’s stunning west coast to Ecuador. Here dense rainforest gives way to the white beaches of Manta. The final cruise destination on this cruise is the historic port of Callao in Peru.
This Southampton to Peru Cruise is just an example, because the range of the World Cruise sectors available is vast and set for any kind, like from Sydney to Dubai, where Balmoral leaves from Sydney, passing from the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, to Singapore and Cambodia, to finally get to Mumbai.
Epic journeys lasting up to 108 nights to distant parts of the world are also available, cruising around some of the seven continents of the world.
From the Caribbean to the Canaries cruises, the tranquillity of the Mediterranean to remarkable journeys around the world, Fred Olsen (fredolsencruises.co.uk) offers this cruise holiday adventure in the unique and relaxed style that sets these lines apart from other cruise lines.
As always, there are also mini cruises available at Fred Olsen. These cruises of a maximum of 5 nights long offer a ‘taster‘ of what life on board is like. A mini cruise gives the opportunity to visit destinations closer to home. From Amsterdam, the city of canals and bridges, to the Isle of Man, or Dublin to taste the black stuff.
At Fred Olsen there’s a tradition of smaller ships. Each one in the fleet has its own unique personality, and never loses that friendly atmosphere, where friendships are forged with passengers and crew alike. On board there are any kind of facilities and activities: pools, library, beauty salons, Arts Club and fitness classes.