Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines launches ‘no single supplement’ on selected 2019/20 sailings in its new ‘Cruise Sale’
Holidaymakers looking to set sail on a solo adventure can enjoy ‘no single supplements’ with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines on more than 14 sailings between March 2019 and March 2020, as part of its new ‘Cruise Sale’.
Guests can take advantage of this attractive solo offer on all new bookings made by 28th February 2019 inclusive.
It means that solo travellers can relax under the sun in the Canary Islands or explore a stunning European city, without the additional cost of paying a supplement for a twin-room for solo occupancy.
Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said:
“We know that we have a strong appeal to solo travellers, which is demonstrated by the high number of guests who choose to travel solo with us – over 10% of all of our guests.
“Not only do we have amongst the highest proportion of solo rooms in the industry across our ocean fleet, including Suites, but the smaller size of our ships and the attentiveness of our crew make the holiday experience a more comfortable and less intimidating one for those travelling solo.
“We also know that many solo guests like the option of enjoying a twin room. Travel is such an exciting part of life, and we don’t want the additional cost of single supplements to prevent anyone from exploring the world!”
Itineraries featured in the ‘no single supplement’ offer include:
– Boudicca’s 14-night D1905 ‘Landscapes of the Canary Islands’ cruise, ex Dover on 9th March 2019. Solo travellers can sail from £1,899 per person, with a 0% single supplement on certain grades.
Ports of call: Dover, UK – Leixões (for Oporto), Portugal – Funchal, Madeira, Portugal – Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain – Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain – Arrecife, Spain – Lisbon, Portugal – Vigo, Spain – Dover, UK
– Black Watch’s eight-night W1912 ‘Isles of Scotland’ cruise, ex Liverpool on 20th June 2019. Solo travellers can sail from £1,399 per person, with a 0% single supplement on certain grades.
Ports of call: Liverpool, UK – Greenock, Scotland – Tobermory, Isle of Mull, UK – Cruising Sound of Mull, UK, Cruising past Duart Castle, UK – Lerwick, UK – Tórshavn, Faroe Islands – Kirkwall, UK – Liverpool, UK
– Boudicca’s 14-night D2005 ‘Islands & Cities of the Mediterranean’ fly-cruise, ex Limassol, Cyprus (flights from London Gatwick/Manchester/Scotland) on 5th March 2020. Solo travellers can sail from £1,999 per person, with a 0% single supplement on certain grades.
Ports of call: Limassol, Cyprus (overnight stay) – Heraklion, Greece – Piraeus, Greece – Valletta, Malta – Palma, Spain – Cartagena, Spain – Malaga, Spain – Leixões (for Oporto), Portugal – Dover, UK
Fred. Olsen is renowned for its friendly, welcoming and attentive staff, who work hard to ensure that those travelling solo do not feel alone once on board.
Solo guests will find events designed exclusively for them to help them to get to know others also holidaying by themselves. This includes seating solo guests together for meals and arranging companions for those wanting to venture ashore. In addition, Fred. Olsen provides dance partners for solo guests, as well as a number of enrichment activities, such as Bridge and arts and crafts classes, which can be enjoyed with other travellers or individually.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has been shortlisted in the ‘Best for Solo Travellers’ category in the ‘Wave Awards 2019’ – a title that it won in this year’s Awards.
Fred. Olsen was also voted ‘Best for Solo Travellers’ in Cruise Critic’s ‘UK Editors’ Picks Awards 2017′.