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Fred. Olsen – Norwegian Fjords – 2020

  • Bergen Harbour © Norwegian Cruise Line

    Norwegian Fjords
  • Boudicca at sea ©

  • Secret Garden Cafe, Boudicca © 

  • Hardanger, Norway © Sverre Hjørnevik 

    Norwegian Fjords
  • Lysefjord, Pulpit Rock, Norway ©Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines

    Norwegian Fjords
Boudicca - D2012 - Monday 25th May 2020 - 9 nights
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Sails from Dover

Awe-inspiring Norwegian Fjords

Awe-inspiring landscapes and several of Norway’s most beautiful ports await you on this nine-night springtime exploration of the fjord land. During the cruise, there are chances to see gorgeous countryside in seasonal bloom and spectacular natural wonders from the comfort of your ship. Additionally during time ashore you can uncover a wealth of highlights too.


First, as you head for Norway from Dover you’ll have time to settle in and relax on board Boudicca. There’s time to anticipate the scenic and cultural delights to come in Bergen – your first port of call – and beyond. Also, in Bergen you could sample Klippfisk at the famous fish market; explore the iconic UNESCO-listed Bryggen Wharf; and visit museums such as the Troldhaugen. The views from atop Mount Fløyen, reached via the funicular railway, are not-to-be-missed.


Next, from Flåm you have an opportunity to embark on a magical railway journey too. A ride on the Flåmsbana line presents with unspoilt scenery dominated by magnificent mountains and cascading waterfalls. Alternatively, there are breathtaking views of fjord Sognefjord on offer from the Stegastein Lookout, situated over 2000 feet above the fjord’s glassy waters. Another highlight, following your stop at Flåm is an unforgettable scenic cruising of the incredible Nærøyfjord. Which is one of National Geographic’s top two Natural World Heritage Sites. Furthermore, be sure to experience the natural beauty of this twisting, narrow waterway from your ship’s open decks.

Ålesund & Olden

At Ålesund an appealing collection of art-nouveau architecture is yours to discover if you choose to stroll the pretty pedestrianised streets. However, the city views on offer from Mount Aksla may tempt you into taking the 418-step hike to the mountain’s peak. Especially recommended here is a ride on the Rauma Railway, which takes in the Romsdalen Valley and fabled Troll Mountains.

Olden is your gateway to a collection of the fjordland’s most spellbinding natural treasures. Perhaps you’ll choose to see the Briksdal Glacier in all its glory on a trek into the Briksdalen Valley. Alternatively, take a boat tour of the Lovatnet Lake, surrounded by soaring mountains and glistening glacier tongues. Scenic cruising of Nord fjord, Mauranger fjord and Hardanger fjord will captivate and inspire as you. Also, as you sail to Eid fjord; have your camera to hand to capture impressive sights such as the Fureberg Waterfall. From Eidfjord, the Vøringsfossen – one of Norway’s most famous waterfalls – and the Hardangervidda Nature Centre are within reach on tours. Finally, concluding your trip is a stop at Stavanger, a former European Capital of Culture, ensuring a rewarding end to your time in Norway.

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Monday 25th May 2020

Cruise Itinerary

Monday 25th May 2020

Dover, United Kingdom

Home of the famous White Cliffs, Dover is one of England’s most iconic towns.

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Located on the south-east coast of England just 21 miles across the English Channel from France, Dover – home of the world’s busiest passenger port – is the first sight for many visitors arriving from around the world.

This historic town is much more than a gateway to Britain, and offers much to discover, including the 12th century Dover Castle – which overlooks the pretty harbour and houses the extensive Secret Wartime Tunnels – Archcliffe Fort, and the Western Heights, where a series of coastal defences and unspoilt nature reserves await exploration.

Tuesday 26th May 2020

At Sea

Take a day to familiarise yourself and settle in aboard the Boudicca.

Wednesday 27th May 2020

Bergen, Norway

Seven hills and seven fjords frame Hanseatic Bergen, a city steeped in maritime heritage. Of Bergen’s many attractions, the 900-year-old UNESCO-listed Bryggen Wharf. A delight to explore, the Bryggen’s cobbled stairways are lined with traditional half-timbered buildings and climb away from the waterfront, leading to curious open spaces that are often overflowing with colourful flowers that perfume the air.

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Bergen has a vibrant fish market and hosts one of Norway’s biggest cultural events of the year, the Bergen International Festival. The city was once the home of Norway’s most famous composer, Edvard Grieg, and the Troldhaugen Museum is devoted to his life’s work.

Not to be missed is a chance to ride the Funicular Railway to the top of Mount Fløyen, offering spectacular panoramic views of Bergen and its scenic surroundings.

Thursday 28th May 2020

Flåm, Aurlandsfjord, Norway

Flåm is a tiny village on the banks of the Aurlandsfjord, a branch of the spectacular Sognefjord – the longest and deepest fjord in Europe. Situated amongst scenes of picturesque orchards, hamlets, cottages and farmland, this is one of Norway’s most breathtaking locations.

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Visitors to Flåm are often drawn to the charming village church, with its traditionally decorated walls, while the Flåmsbana Railway is ranked highly on the fjordland’s must-do list. Climbing over 20km as it passes through the magnificent mountain scenery, the Flåmsbana takes in incredible sights such as the striking Kjosfossen Waterfall, crashing 225 metres down rugged cliffs. The Flåmsbana Museum, exploring the railway’s design and construction, is worth visiting too.

Flåm is also perfectly situated for boat tours to UNESCO-listed Naeroyfjord, one of National Geographic’s top natural heritage sites.

Friday 29th May 2020

Hellesylt, Storfjord, Norway

Regarded as one of the most beautiful Norwegian Fjord locations, the settlement of Hellesylt is one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations.

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Nestled in the incredible scenery of the UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, the tiny, old Viking port of Hellesylt begs to be explored, with numerous easy-to-walk trails that offer incredible views of the surrounding natural wonders.

Hellesylt Waterfall is one of the many highlights, as are the Kjellstaddalen and Moldskreddalen valleys. The waterfall – one of the most photographed subjects in the region – sits between two bridges in the village: the Høge Bridge (built 1907) and Hellesylt Bridge (built 1902). The mass of water cascading down the polished granite stones is an awesome sight.

Saturday 30th May 2020

Olden, Nordfjord, Norway

At its eastern end, the magnificent Nordfjord divides into three arms beneath the glaciers of the Jostedalsbreen, and Olden sits at the beginning of the southernmost of these arms. A charming village, Olden is among green meadows which are ablaze with colourful flowers throughout the summer, and through which babbling brooks meander between pretty houses.

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In the centre of the village is the Old Church, built in 1759 on the site of a 14th century stave church: the timber was used for the pew doors and doorposts. Near the church is the Singerheimen, the former home of William Singer the millionaire founder of the sewing-machine company. He was a gifted amateur artist, and some of his paintings of the Olden area can be seen in his workshop.

The beautiful Oldedalen Valley extends for 12 miles behind Olden and is an absolute joy to explore. On an adventure into the valley you can marvel at huge, near-vertical cliffs, a string of spectacular waterfalls, and sparkling glaciers, such as the astonishing Briksdal.

Sunday 31st May 2020

Eidfjord, Hardangerfjord, Norway

The picturesque village of Eidfjord set within the breath-taking Hardangerfjord, is a gateway to some of the region’s most spectacular natural features. Eidfjord is possibly the most beautiful place in the Norwegian fjords. Located beneath a back-drop of soaring, snow-peaked mountains, engraved with rivers and waterfalls, Eidfjord simply cries out to be photographed. The village’s tranquil feel extends to the lush fields that run for miles, meandering through clusters of wood-slat homes in ice-cream hues.

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Two quaint churches, one dated back to 1309, are both worth exploring, while the cute Troll Train offers a 50-minute guided tour of this stunning region. From the train you can experience Eidfjord’s exquisite scenery and Hæreid, the largest Viking burial site from the Iron Age.

Hiking is very popular in the area, and for those keen sports enthusiasts, kayaking down the dramatic, mountain-flanked fjords is a must-do. Alternatively, visitors can head for the amazing Hardangervidda Nature Centre or the infamous Voringfossen Waterfall, a tumbling natural beauty set deep in the mountains of Måbødalen Valley.

Monday 1st June 2020

Stavanger, Norway

Behind the bustle of the prosperous and cosmopolitan Stavanger of today lie 1,000 years of ancient seafaring tradition and history. This vibrant, exciting Norwegian city oozes charm and was awarded the prestigious title of ‘European Capital of Culture’ in 2008.

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The city’s wealth has prompted its tag as Norway’s ‘Oil Capital’, but Stavanger has remained as charming as ever. The old town, Gamle Stavanger, has narrow winding streets and ancient wooden houses gathered round an historic fresh fish and vegetable market. Stavanger is also a university city, which is reflected in the city’s lively, urban atmosphere, and in the varied assortment of shopping and dining experiences.

The Norwegian Petroleum Museum exhibits drilling equipment, a model oil platform, submersibles and audio-visual shows, while the city’s Herring Canning Museum celebrates one of Stavanger’s earlier sources of wealth. Beyond the town, the Three Swords monument commemorates the 9th century battle of Hafrsfjord – the moment Harald Hårfagre became the first King of Norway.

Stavanger is also perfectly placed for the breath-taking Lysefjord, one of the most famous Norwegian Fjords. This stunning waterway is home to the Kjerag Mountain and Preikestolen (The Pulpit Rock) – two of the country’s most popular attractions.

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

At Sea

An opportunity to enjoy a glass of wine and reminisce fond new memories on the journey home.

Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Dover, United Kingdom

We wish you a fond farewell.

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Home of the famous White Cliffs, Dover is one of England’s most iconic towns.

Located on the south-east coast of England just 21 miles across the English Channel from France, Dover – home of the world’s busiest passenger port – is the first sight for many visitors arriving from around the world.

This historic town is much more than a gateway to Britain, and offers much to discover, including the 12th century Dover Castle – which overlooks the pretty harbour and houses the extensive Secret Wartime Tunnels – Archcliffe Fort, and the Western Heights, where a series of coastal defences and unspoilt nature reserves await exploration.

Ship Information

Up to 880 people can enjoy a cruise on board Boudicca – not the thousands to be found on most ships these days – so there’s plenty of space for everyone. Plus, Boudicca is small enough to reach shores that many rival cruise ships simply cannot access, so guests on board can get closer to the sights that they want to see.

Onboard, indulge yourself at the Tintagel and Four Seasons Restaurants. Lounge around on the Lounge Deck, or in one of our two Jacuzzis. Or splash around in one of the three pools. And when the sun’s shining, enjoy the tasty poolside buffet.

You’ll have days and nights to remember on board Boudicca.

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Suites feature a private balcony and a separate sitting area, where you are able to enjoy incredible sea views and the ultimate relaxation. They range from approx. 150 sq ft in a Single Balcony Suite to approx. 550 sq ft in a Premier Suite.

Suites always feature a refrigerator and mini-bar, tea and coffee making facilities, an interactive television, a telephone, a hairdryer and air conditioning. They’re usually equipped with an en-suite with a bath (and a shower over the bath), although some Superior Suites have an en-suite with a shower.

Balcony Rooms

These cabins offer a perfect superb ocean view from the private balcony or terrace balcony. They range from approx. 160 sq ft to approx. 200 sq ft on board Boudicca.

Balcony and Terrace Balcony Rooms include an en-suite with a bath and shower over the bath (selected en-suites are fitted with a shower), tea and coffee making facilities, a desk, interactive television, telephone, hairdryer and air conditioning.

Balcony Room grades on board Boudicca: BC, J

Terrance Room grades on board Boudicca: TC, TCD and TS

Ocean View Rooms

Each room either features a porthole or picture window and ranges from approx. 160 sq ft to approx. 200 sq ft.

Ocean View Rooms include an en-suite  (most are fitted with a shower, some with a bath and a shower over the bath) tea and coffee making facilities, interactive television, telephone, hairdryer and air conditioning.

Ocean View Room grades on board Boudicca: A, B, C, D, E, F

Interior Rooms

This cabin type is approx. 140 sq ft and features an en-suite.

They are fitted with a shower, only the en suite in Interior Room 3101 is fitted with a bath and a shower over the bath. The comfortable rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, a desk, interactive television, telephone, hairdryer and air conditioning.

Inside Room grades on board Boudicca: H, I

Single Rooms

Boudicca offers comfortable Single Interior Rooms (approx. 140 sq ft), Single Ocean View Rooms (approx. 150 sq ft) and Single Superior Balcony Rooms (approx. 150 sq ft).

They are fitted with an en-suite shower, a hairdryer, interactive television, telephone, a desk, tea and coffee making facilities and air conditioning.

Single Room grades on board Boudicca: K, L, M, N

Dining, Restaurants & Lounges

Dining on Boudicca

  • Four Seasons Restaurant
  • Tintagel Restaurant
  • The Heligan Room
  • Secret Garden Café
  • The Grill
  • The Bookmark Café
  • Lido Lounge
  • Neptune Lounge
  • The Observatory
  • Morning Light Pub
  • The Marquee Bar
  • Gaming Tables
  • Iceni Room
  • Library Lounge
  • Secret Garden Café Lounge

Please note: Dining on Boudicca is allocated to one of the main restaurants, meal times can be requested but are not guaranteed.


In the Bars:

  • Selection of soft drinks by the glass (post-mix on pump): Pepsi, lemonade, tonic water, juices and mineral/spring water
  • Selected red, white and rosé wine by the glass
  • Selected branded beers in cans or on draught
  • House spirits: white rum, gin, vodka, whisky, brandy

In the Restaurants & Buffets:

  • Selection of soft drinks, mineral/spring water & juices by the glass
  • Selected red, white and rosé wine by the glass
  • Selected branded canned beers

Plus discounted drinks:

  • Guests with the All-Inclusive Upgrade can save 50% off premium & branded drinks, red and white wines (not Champagne or sparkling wine), cocktails and bottled water

Please noteAn All- Inclusive Upgrade is not possible on Christmas Cruises and Short Breaks.

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Sports, Activities & Entertainment

Leisure Facilities on Boudicca

There are many different leisure facilities on Boudicca to make your stay on-board the ship as appealing and entertaining as possible. Escape the hustle and bustle and catch some rays up on the Sun Deck or have your morning walk at the Promenade circumference. Enjoy the cool sea breeze, while relaxing in Boudicca’s swimming pools and keep fit in Boudicca’s fitness centre during your cruise holiday. Get a lush treatments and feel the pure relaxation.  The library offers you historic tales, exciting novels, interesting biographies and a vast range of audio books. The large Card Room features plenty of card tables and comfortable chairs – a perfect location to have fun while showing off your Bridge skills. In addition, you can also try to beat the experienced Croupiers at the Gaming Tables.  The Craft Room offers space for some creativity on-board Boudicca.

Relax & Fitness

  • Atlantis Spa & Salon
  • Fitness centre
  • Sundeck & Golf nets
  • Sauna & Steam Room
  • Swimming Pools & Jacuzzis
  • Library
  • Card room
  • Art and Crafts room
  • Promenade


  • Gaming tables
  • Bars, Lounges & Pubs

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  • Boutique
  • Fine Jewellery
  • Port Shop
  • Photo Gallery

Other Facilities 

  • Internet Room
  • Medical Centre
  • Laundry Room

Date – Arrive – Depart – Destination

Mon 25 May – N/A – Early PM – Dover, United Kingdom

Tue 26 May – N/A – N/A – At Sea

Wed 27 May – Late AM – Late PM – Bergen, Norway

Thu 28 May – Early AM – Early PM – Flåm, Aurlandsfjord, Norway

Fri 29 May – Late AM – Late Night – Hellesylt, Storfjord, Norway

Sat 30 May – Early AM – Early PM – Olden, Nordfjord, Norway

Sun 31 May – Early PM – Late PM – Eidfjord, Hardangerfjord, Norway

Mon 1 June – Early AM – Early PM – Stavanger, Norway

Tue 2 June – N/A – N/A – At Sea

Wed 3 June – Early AM – N/A – Dover, United Kingdom

Price subject to availability, ABTA protected, Terms & Conditions Apply. Lead price is based on 2 people sharing an I Grade (inside cabin). PRICES APPLICABLE FOR TRADE ONLY.

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