Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines Offers Buy One Get One Free Promotion

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has launched a Buy One Get One Free cruise promotion for 2013. Fred. Olsen chose 51 cruise offers for guests: book one cruise of 12 nights duration or more before Dec. 31, 2012 (subject to full payment at the time of booking), on a wide variety of 2013 worldwide itineraries, and get another cruise for free, which is transferable and can be used by the guest or given to a friend or family member.

Guests can choose their full-payment cruise from a range of itineraries, including the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and Europe, Canary Islands and West Africa, The Middle East, Baltic and Scandinavia, Norway, Spitsbergen and Iceland.

The selection of 20 free cruises must be booked by Jan. 31, 2013. The itineraries on offer range from a two-night Belfast mini-cruise to a ten-night sailing around Iberia. 

Prices include comfortable en-suite accommodation, all meals – from five-course à la carte dining, to casual buffets and late-night snacks – an array of evening entertainment, including dancing and cabaret shows and free participation in Fred. Olsen's Vistas onboard enrichment program, which won the cruise line the Best for Learning accolade for the second year running in the 2012 Cruise International Awards.

In 2013, Fred. Olsen's fleet of four traditional, intimate ships – Balmoral, Braemar, Boudicca and Black Watch – will be cruising from nine departure ports in the UK: Southampton, Dover, Portsmouth, Harwich, Liverpool, Newcastle, Greenock (for Glasgow), Rosyth (for Edinburgh) and Belfast.

For more information, visit www.fredolsencruises.com.

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