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Fred. Olsen – Uncrowded Baltic – 2019

  • Copenhagen, Denmark ©Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines

  • Helsinki Cathedral © Niko Soveri.Tourist & Convention Bureau's Material Bank

    Helsinki Cathedral ©Niko Soveri.Tourist & Convention Bureau's Material Bank
  • St. Petersburg, Russia ©Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines

    St. Petersburg, Russia & cruise Scandinavia ©Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines
  • Tallin Old Town, Estonia © Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines

    Tallin Old Town, Estonia © Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines
Balmoral - L1926 - 6th October 2019 - 12 nights
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Sails from Port of Tyne

Cruise The Uncrowded Baltic

There’s no doubt cruising with Fred. Olsen is the best way to uncover the great cities of the Uncrowded Baltic.

Begin your journey through the Baltic’s by starting in Copenhagen, Denmark. A vibrant, cosmopolitan city that has something for everyone.

The next port of call is Helsinki, the Daughter of the Baltic. This striking seaside port is surrounded by uplifting natural landscapes that are easily accessible from each area of the city.

Then onward to Russia where you’ll marvel at the magnificence of St. Petersburg. The jewel in the Baltic crown and Russia’s most European city.

Next you will reach Tallinn, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea. Unquestionably one of Europe’s most magical capitals.

Finally, your journey concludes in Oslo. The capital and largest city of Norway, one of Scandinavia’s most historic, interesting and welcoming destinations.


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6th October - 12 nights

Cruise Itinerary

6th October 2019

Departure from Port of Tyne

Board the ship before you set sail.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen has something for everyone, from the imposing Christiansborg and Amalienborg palaces to the vibrant cafés and shopping outlets lining the pedestrianised streets of Strøget – not forgetting Nyhavn, the pretty waterfront district too. And of course, no visit here would be complete without a photo stop at the iconic Little Mermaid statue.

Helsinki, Finland

Finland’s capital since 1812, built on a peninsula amid a cluster of islands, stately Helsinki is The Daughter of the Baltic.This striking seaside port is surrounded by uplifting natural landscapes that are easily accessible from each area of the city. The opportunities to get out and about includes boating around the archipelago islands, hiking Helsinki’s forests or strolling its beaches, smart parks and gardens.

St. Petersburg, Russia

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. 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.

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. 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.

Oslo, Norway

The capital and largest city of Norway, is one of Scandinavia’s most historic, interesting and welcoming destinations. Surrounded by mountains and its own fjord, this compact and cultured city is both easy and fun to explore on foot. Exploring one of Oslo’s many museums, uncovering its booming art scene at any number of its commercial galleries or simply marvelling at the extraordinary architecture that fills the skyline are all highlights of this fine city.

18th October 2019

Arrival at Port of Tyne

Disembark the ship for your journey home.

Balmoral cruise ship information

Balmoral is the largest of Fred Olsen’s cruise ships, on board there are nine decks two of which are for the sole purpose of leisure and relaxation.

The ship’s facilities include swimming pools & Jacuzzis, Fitness centre, Sundeck & golf nets, Atlantic Spa & Salon, library and card room. There are also boutiques, fine jewellery and Port shop. A selection of soft drinks, wines and beers are included and provided by a wide range of restaurants, cafés, grill and lounges on board.

During the day several talks, lectures and classes take place, while in the evening fantastic live performances including cabaret, stand-up comedy and concerts will keep you entertained throughout the duration of your cruise.

All of the 710 rooms are equipped with private facilities which include an en-suite shower (some may have a bathtub also), a desk, telephone, interactive television, hairdryer, air conditioning and tea and coffee making facilities. According to your needs you can choose between different room types: single, interior, ocean view, balcony rooms and suites.

Date Arrive Depart Destination
Sun 06 Oct Late PM Newcastle, United Kingdom
Tue 08 Oct Early AM Late Night Copenhagen, Denmark
Thu 10 Oct Early AM Late PM Helsinki, Finland
Fri 11 Oct Early AM St. Petersburg, Russia
Sat 12 Oct Late PM St. Petersburg, Russia
Sun 13 Oct Early AM Late Night Tallinn, Estonia
Wed 16 Oct Early AM Late PM Oslo, Norway
Fri 18 Oct Early AM Newcastle, United Kingdom

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