Fred Olsen Ban Children From Their Ships

July 8, 2015

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines have just launched their new Worldwide Cruises 2016/17 brochure with the surprise announcement being that they have twenty adult-only cruises planned.

The adult-only cruises will be for passengers aged eighteen or above (obviously) and are aimed at guests that would prefer not to have to deal,see or hear children on their holiday. The sailings include Braemar’s 11-night ‘Great British Cruise’ and ‘Portuguese Islands & Cities’ for 14 nights.

There are also brand new cruises on the horizon for Fred Olsen fans, including the ‘Maiden Call Mystery Cruise’. This mystery cruise will make a brand new maiden call only available to guests who are brave enough to take the plunge of booking without knowing where they’re going till they board!

Nathan Philpot, Fred Olsen’s Sales and Marketing Director, shares his enthusiasm for the new brochure and new sailings; “We are very excited to be launching our new ‘Worldwide Cruises 2016/17’ brochure, as it brings to life the vast array of destinations that we visit and the unique cruise experiences that we offer.  As a brand, we have a clear focus on ‘Bringing the world closer to you’: we are ‘closer’ to the market, with more regional departures; ‘closer’ to the destination, with our smaller, more intimate cruise ships; ‘closer’ to our global partners, offering our guests the best possible experiences in ports around the world; and we are ‘closer’ to our guests, with award-winning customer service across our fleet.”

What interests you more, adult-only cruises or the mystery cruise?

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