Scott - Answered a Question by Charles (19 Oct 17 11:56)

All the answers to your questions can be found on the FAQ whats in my room section of the Fred Olsen website.

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Corbet - replied to Scott (19 Nov 17 20:31)

The Balmoral does have tea and coffee facilities in each room.

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Seddon - Answered a Question by Charles (19 Oct 17 14:09)

Fred Olsen Ships Do not have Tea/Coffee Kettles in Cabin.However they have a free room service,fast & very good.

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Freemantle - replied to Seddon (19 Oct 17 18:22)

Fred Olsen does provide tea and coffee making equipment in the cabin - no biscuits. We have recently been on Fred Olsen's Braemar and we had a kettle and tea and coffee. The only thing provided in the shower is shower gel, no other toiletries, not even soap. I believe the cabin stewardess can provide soap if you ask. I.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by Charles (19 Oct 17 19:35)

I was on Boudicca a month or so ago and can confirm that cabins had camping kettles as standard. Travel Kettles are banned items on all cruise ships.

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Higgins - Answered a Question by Charles (19 Nov 17 20:16)

I’ve only been on one Fred Olsen cruise but yes there were tea and coffee making facilities , toiletries in the bathroom and a very good hairdryer. Do not take a kettle, cruise ships are very strict about what kettles are used, likewise hairdryers. We had a delightful short break on Blackwatch.

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