With the recent news that P&O have sold their ship, Adonia, to Azamara Club Cruises, Fred Olsen have taken it upon themselves to help all guests affected.
The line have noted that some of the bigger ships on offer do not appeal to many of the passengers who were due to cruise with Adonia.
Fred. Olsen offer a wide range of itineraries on smaller, friendlier ships, and they have revealed that they feel there may be many guests who had a booking on Adonia that may wish to try a cruise with them instead.
For those passengers who have been disappointed by the recent news and who would like to keep their holiday on a smaller ship with a trusted brand, Fred Olsen are matching P&O’s offer, giving guests an opportunity to try one of their cruises.
Guests can book any 2018 or 2019 Fred. Olsen cruise of seven nights or more, that is currently on sale and receive discounts if they have been affected by the cancelled Adonia sailings.
-£100 per person discount off the cruise fare (applicable to cruises of seven to eleven nights in duration)
-£200 per person discount off the cruise fare (applicable to cruises of twelve nights or more in duration)
-This offer is valid on bookings made from Thursday 28th September 2017 until Tuesday 31st October 2017
Guests can add a promotional code at the time of booking: ADONIA17, but proof of the cancelled Adonia booking must be provided by Tuesday 7th November 2017. If Fred Olsen does not receive proof of the original booking, the cruise fare will revert to full price.
The offer is applicable to bookings made by 31st October 2017 for affected Adonia guests only booking a 2018 or 2019 Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ Ocean cruise of seven nights or more.
Fred’s terms and conditions apply and are available on their website: fredolsencruises.com and on request.
What do you think of Fred Olsen saving the day for all guests affected by P&O’s Adonia sale? Are you one of the guests’ affected? Does this make it up to you? Is Fred Olsen a good enough replacement for a P&O cruise? Leave us your comments!
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