Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines

Fred. Olsen is the World’s second oldest cruise line. It was founded in Norway in 1848 by three brothers; Fredrik, Petter and Andras Olsen. Today the cruise line is still Norwegian-owned, but based in the United Kingdom. The Fred. Olsen cruise line has three ships; there is Balmoral as well as the sister-ships Borealis and Bolette. Voyages range from 1-night mini-cruises, to 108-night round-the-world adventures.

Review: Borealis cruise ship

By |2024-06-24T12:10:56+10:0023 Jun 2024|

How good is the Fred. Olsen Cruise Line? We explain the pros and cons of a voyage on one of their new cruise ships, Borealis.

Borealis Balcony Suite

By |2024-06-23T12:17:58+10:0023 Jun 2024|

The Balcony Suites on Borealis are a real step up from the smaller cabins grades. Mostly thanks to the extra space and private veranda.

Borealis restaurants

By |2024-06-23T01:32:43+10:0023 Jun 2024|

The food on Borealis ranges from very good to underwhelming. So we explain which restaurants are best to eat in.

Borealis bars & nightlife

By |2024-06-23T00:24:28+10:0023 Jun 2024|

Borealis has a surprisingly varied number of bars and nightlife options. What’s more, they are all enjoyable.

Borealis pool & wellness options

By |2024-06-23T00:20:18+10:0023 Jun 2024|

Borealis has a relatively good range of wellness and fitness facilities. The Borealis pool large, there is a great gym and an indulgent spa.

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