Fred Olsen confirms Caribbean return after three-year hiatus

Author: Will Payne

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The cruise line will offer itineraries to the Caribbean for the first time in more than three years from November

Borealis, which will sail its maiden voyage to the Caribbean, will offer guests the Classic Caribbean Islands cruise, which calls at nine islands including Bequia and Antigua.

Martin Lister, head of itinerary planning and destination experience at Fred Olsen, said guests will have “many opportunities” to uncover ancient history and “fascinating cultures” throughout the cruise.

“We are thrilled to be sailing back to the Caribbean and showcasing the best of the islands to our guests,” he continued.

Fred Olsen ‘thrilled’ to be back in the Caribbean

Highlights include Borealis cruising past the UNESCO-listed site of St Lucia’s volcanic pitons and a myriad of waterfalls – Emerald Pool, Spanny Falls, Jacko Falls and Trafalgar Falls in Dominica.

The announcement comes after the line joined forces with global environmental charity Project Seagrass earlier this year to raise awareness of the ocean’s seagrass habitats.

Borealis‘ 29-night Classic Caribbean Islands’ cruise departs from Liverpool on November 15, 2023, with fares starting from £2,999 per person.

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