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Fred. Olsen – Uncrowded Baltic – 2020

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    Tallinn
  • Boudicca at sea © Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 2017. All Rights Reserved.

    Boudicca
  • Secret Garden Cafe, Boudicca © Fred. Olsen Cruise Line

    Boudicca
  • Savior on the Blood, SPB, Russia St Petersburg

    St Petersburg
  • Copenhagen, Denmark ©Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines

    Copenhagen
Boudicca - D2024 - Tuesday 29th September 2020 -12 nights
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Unforgettable Baltic Exploration

Visiting the Baltic in autumn offers a chance to uncover the very best of this remarkably diverse region, at a time when it’s less crowded but no less rewarding. With fewer tourists around and ample time to discover the genuine essence of every destination on your incredible itinerary, you’re in for a simply unforgettable Baltic exploration.

Copenhagen

First, in addition to venturing into the beautiful Baltic in search of a selection of the region’s most absorbing cities. Especially enjoy a call at Copenhagen. During the stop the delightful Danish capital offers plenty to whet your appetite for the sights and highlights to come. Furthermore, attractions to fill your day here include the impressive Christiansborg and Amalienborg palaces. Also, the pretty Nyhavn waterfront district and Tivoli Gardens – one of the world’s oldest amusement parks.

St Petersburg & Tallinn

Next, stylish St Petersburg never fails to impress. But visiting this Russian gem is even more special when you’re less likely to face crowds and queues. Make the most your overnight stay in the ‘Jewel in the Baltic Crown’ to visit Peterhof Palace and the Church of Our Saviour on the Spilled Blood on a fascinating guided tour; stop by the magnificent Hermitage and the Fabergé Museum; and even experience a magical night at the legendary Russian Ballet.

Bringing your Baltic adventure to memorable end is Tallinn, Estonia’s fairytale-esque capital. With a full-day to enjoy a leisurely, crowd-free exploration of Tallinn’s UNESCO-listed Old Town – considered one of the best-preserved in Europe – you can take in a wonderland of architectural wonders, including the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and Toompea Castle; admire fine examples of Hanseatic merchants’ houses; and see the imposing Kadriorg Palace.

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Dates

Tuesday 29th September 2020


Cruise Itinerary

Tuesday 29th September 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.

Wednesday 30th September 2020

At Sea

Thursday 1st October 2020

Gothenburg, Sweden

Situated on Sweden’s west coast, sociable, the laid-back seaport of Gothenburg has considerable appeal for any visitor.  Known as one of the friendliest cities in Europe, Gothenburg – Sweden’s second largest city – offers a vibrancy and fascination through its galleries, museums, boutiques, street cafes and Scandinavia’s largest and most popular amusement park, Lisberg, which has themed rides, performance venues and a landscaped sculpture garden.

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With spacious streets, leafy boulevards, and 17th century Dutch-designed canals at its heart, Gothenburg is a compact, accessible city. The harbour’s stylish buildings and bustling fish market are a must-see before heading to the enthralling districts of the city centre.

Neoclassical architecture lines Gothenburg’s tram-rattled streets, and the city’s prominent trading past is emphasised by buildings like Skansen Kronan, a 17th century fortress sat proudly atop Risåsberget Hill. The city’s museums include the recently opened Museum of World Culture, the Gothenburg Museum of Art, the aeronautic Aeroseum, and, naturally, the Volvo Museum.

The world famous Trädgårdsföreningen – the Garden Society of Gothenburg – is one of the city’s must-visit sites. It features gorgeous lawns, woodlands and stunning flower beds filled with thousands of rose species, and remains one of Europe’s best-kept 19th century parks.

Friday 2nd October 2020

At Sea

Saturday 3rd October 2020

At Sea

Sunday 4th October 2020

St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

The jewel in the Baltic crown and Russia’s most European city, elegant St Petersburg was the imperial capital for two centuries, and Tsar Peter the Great’s ‘Window on the West’. The sheer grandeur of the city, and its revolutionary spirit, never fail to impress.

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Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great – immortalised by the city’s iconic Bronze Horseman statue – St Petersburg remains Russia’s cultural centre. The Mariinsky Theatre hosts world-class opera and ballet, and the State Russian Museum showcases a wide collection of superb Russian art.

St Petersburg is utterly captivating, with baroque palaces, wide elegant streets, ornate bridges and broad curving canals – the city is built on 40 islands at the mouth of the River Neva. The main street, Nevsky Prospekt, is 5km long and lined with cafés, bars and restaurants mixed in with upmarket hotels and sumptuous shops.

On Neva embankment, the Winter Palace, with over a thousand rooms, is the most magnificent of six buildings that make up the Hermitage Museum. It is one of 125 museums and galleries, including the imposing seafront Peterhof Royal Palace and Park. The city is enchanting during the “White Nights” of midsummer, when a brief twilight blends into dawn, and street entertainment lasts throughout the long days and short, white nights.

Monday 5th October 2020

St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

The jewel in the Baltic crown and Russia’s most European city, elegant St Petersburg was the imperial capital for two centuries, and Tsar Peter the Great’s ‘Window on the West’. The sheer grandeur of the city, and its revolutionary spirit, never fail to impress.

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Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great – immortalised by the city’s iconic Bronze Horseman statue – St Petersburg remains Russia’s cultural centre. The Mariinsky Theatre hosts world-class opera and ballet, and the State Russian Museum showcases a wide collection of superb Russian art.

St Petersburg is utterly captivating, with baroque palaces, wide elegant streets, ornate bridges and broad curving canals – the city is built on 40 islands at the mouth of the River Neva. The main street, Nevsky Prospekt, is 5km long and lined with cafés, bars and restaurants mixed in with upmarket hotels and sumptuous shops.

On Neva embankment, the Winter Palace, with over a thousand rooms, is the most magnificent of six buildings that make up the Hermitage Museum. It is one of 125 museums and galleries, including the imposing seafront Peterhof Royal Palace and Park. The city is enchanting during the “White Nights” of midsummer, when a brief twilight blends into dawn, and street entertainment lasts throughout the long days and short, white nights.

Tuesday 6th October 2020

Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea, is unquestionably one of Europe’s most magical capitals. This ancient Hanseatic city is justifiably proud of its beautiful churches, solid limestone houses and well-preserved cobbled streets.

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Toompea Hill, with its medieval houses and alleyways, is the oldest part, and at its foot substantial remains of the city wall can still be seen, surrounded by well-maintained parks. The medieval town hall is one of the best preserved in northern Europe, and the weathercock, Gamle Toomas, is an enduring symbol of Tallinn.

The astonishing, ornate, 19th century Alexander Nevskij Cathedral was built when Estonia was part of Tsarist Russia. Kadriorg’s Castle was built by an earlier Tsar, Peter the Great, and now houses part of the Estonian Museum of Art. The “Peek into the Kitchen” tower has an exhibition of Tallinn’s military history.

Wednesday 7th October 2020

At Sea

Thursday 8th October 2020

Copenhagen, Denmark

With its vibrant atmosphere, modern culture and beautiful architecture, Copenhagen is the essence of Scandinavian cool. One of Europe’s oldest and most popular cities, Copenhagen is also one of the cleanest and most cosmopolitan. Its narrow streets are always busy with welcoming locals and are lined with colourful cafes, bars, shops and places to eat. Its bridges ring with cycling commuters and the pristine waterways make visiting this city a wonderful experience.

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The historic centre of Denmark’s capital, an 18th-century rococo district, is home to the Royal Family’s Amalienborg Palace, Christiansborg Palace and Rosenborg Castle, surrounded by gardens and home to the crown jewels. The Little Mermaid sculpture at Langelinje Pier is a must-visit attraction too.

Nyhavn – Copenhagen’s 17th century waterfront and canal – is home to a number of wooden ships and many brightly coloured 17th and 18th century townhouses that have been converted into bars and restaurants.

Friday 9th October 2020

Kiel Canal Transit

Connecting the North Sea, at the mouth of the Elbe River, to the Baltic Sea at Holtenau, the Kiel Canal is one of the world’s busiest and most important shipping routes. Slicing a man-made path through the German countryside, this 61-mile-long marvel of engineering allows vessels to avoid 250 nautical miles of sea sailing on average, ensuring a faster and safer passage through Europe.

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As picturesque as it is important, the Kiel Canal is a popular route for ‘pleasure’ crafts and smaller-sized cruise ships such as those in the Fred. Olsen fleet. Sailing slowly along the canal presents an opportunity to take in gorgeous scenes of lush-green countryside and a collection of interesting villages and towns flanking the still waters, and marvel at several impressive bridges. Maritime enthusiasts will delight at the various shapes, sizes and sheer volume of the ships and vessels navigating this busy waterway too.

Saturday 10th October 2020

At Sea

Sunday 11th October 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.


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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Cabins

Suites

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.

All-Inclusive

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

Entertainment

  • Gaming tables
  • Bars, Lounges & Pubs

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Shopping 

  • Boutique
  • Fine Jewellery
  • Port Shop
  • Photo Gallery

Other Facilities 

  • Internet Room
  • Medical Centre
  • Laundry Room

Date – Arrive – Depart – Destination

Tue 29 Sep – N/A – Late PM – Dover, United Kingdom

Wed 30 Sep – N/A – N/A – At Sea

Thu 01 Oct – Late AM – Late PM – Gothenburg, Sweden

Fri 02 Oct – N/A – N/A – At Sea

Sat 03 Oct –  N/A – N/A – At Sea

Sun 04 Oct – Early AM – Overnight – St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

Mon 05 Oct – Overnight – Late PM – St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

Tue 06 Oct – Early AM – Late PM – Tallinn, Estonia

Wed 07 Oct – N/A – N/A – At Sea

Thu 08 Oct – Early AM – Late PM – Copenhagen, Denmark

Fri 09 Oct – Early AM – Late PM – Kiel Canal Transit

Sat 10 Oct – N/A – N/A – At Sea

Sun 11 Oct – Early AM – N/A – Dover, United Kingdom


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