7 nights onboard Bolette

Exploring the Iconic Coastline of the Emerald Isle

Winners 2022 Favourite Ocean Cruise Line

Proudly bearing the name of the wife of one of the original founding brothers - Petter Olsen, Bolette has a historic connection to the Olsen family. Exuding classic, elegant style in her exterior and interior design, and featuring spacious and comfortable public areas, as well as just 690 cabins, our flagship leads our fleet of smaller ships by example.

Leaving from: Liverpool
Cruise ship: Bolette
Visiting: Liverpool Dun Laoghaire Belfast Galway
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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines

Fred Olsen Cruises combine quality cruise experiences with customer-friendly value. They’ve plied the waves for 175 years, and are still going as strong today as their first day at sea.

Offering a stylish & understated style of traditional cruising, the line prides itself on its Signature Experience programme- helping passengers to gain an in-depth understanding of their destinations.

Ideal for passengers seeking a laid-back cruise, with an informal and friendly atmosphere aboard.

1338
Passengers
645
Crew
2000
Launched
2016
Last refit
62735t
Tonnage
238m
Length
34m
Width
22kts
Speed
10
Decks
GBP
Currency
Cruise Itinerary
Day 1
Liverpool, England
Departure time: Late PM
Day 2
Dun Laoghaire, Ireland
Arrival time: Early AM; Departure time: Late Night
Day 3
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Arrival time: Early AM; Departure time: Late Night
Days 4 - 4
River travel
Arrival time: Late PM; Departure time: Late PM
Day 5
Galway, Ireland
Arrival time: Early AM; Departure time: Late Night
Day 5
River travel
Arrival time: Late Night; Departure time: Late Night
Day 6
Cobh, Ireland
Arrival time: Early PM; Departure time: Late Night
Day 8
Liverpool, England
Arrival time: Early AM
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Day 1
Liverpool, England

The home of the Three Graces, the Beatles and countless art galleries and museums to rival London, the northern maritime city is a cultural and historic destination. Once one of the world’s greatest trading hubs, Liverpool is today one of the most visited cities in the United Kingdom due to its wealth of attractions.

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Day 2
Dun Laoghaire, Ireland
Nestled along the emerald shores of the Irish Sea, Dun Laoghaire boasts a storied maritime past dating back centuries. Its picturesque harbor has welcomed adventurers and traders alike, shaping the town's character with tales of seafaring courage. Blessed with a temperate maritime climate, Dun Laoghaire offers a refreshing escape from the bustle of city life, inviting cruisegoers to savor the crisp sea air and panoramic coastal views. Beyond the tourist hubs, Dun Laoghaire unveils hidden gems like the James Joyce Tower, a literary haven perched on the waterfront, offering a glimpse into Ireland's literary legacy. Truly, Dun Laoghaire captures the essence of Ireland's maritime spirit.
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Day 3
Belfast, Northern Ireland
In Belfast, the echoes of its shipbuilding legacy reverberate through time, beckoning travelers to explore its maritime heritage. Amidst the bustling streets, whispers of the Titanic's construction resonate, reminding visitors of the city's pivotal role in maritime history. The climate, kissed by the Irish Sea's bracing winds, offers a refreshing escape for those seeking an authentic experience. Beyond the typical tourist haunts, Belfast unveils hidden gems, from traditional pubs echoing with lively tunes to quaint cobblestone streets steeped in character. As a showcase for Northern Ireland's resilience, Belfast's vibrant spirit endures, captivating cruisegoers with its unwavering charm.
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Days 4 - 4
River travel
Arrival time: Late PM; Departure time: Late PM
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Day 5
Galway, Ireland
Galway, steeped in the maritime saga of the Claddagh fishermen, welcomes travelers with open arms to its vibrant shores. The temperate climate, kissed by the Atlantic breeze, offers a refreshing escape from the mundane. Here, authenticity thrives, offering cruisegoers an immersive experience beyond the beaten path. Explore the colorful streets pulsating with traditional Irish music and bustling markets, or venture to the rugged Connemara landscape, where tales of ancient folklore echo through misty valleys. As the gateway to the Gaeltacht, Galway proudly preserves the Irish language, a testament to its cultural significance. Don't miss the mystical allure of the Aran Islands, where time stands still amid ancient stone forts and windswept cliffs.
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Day 5
River travel
Arrival time: Late Night; Departure time: Late Night
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Day 6
Cobh, Ireland

The last port of call on the Titanic’s ill-fated voyage, the seaside town on Ireland’s south coast has a historic maritime legacy. One of the major transatlantic Irish ports, Cobh (pronounced ‘Cove’ and formerly known as Queenstown) was also the departure point for 2.5 million of the six million Irish people who emigrated to North America between 1848 and 1950. While visitors flock to Cobh to learn about its fascinating maritime and emigration history, they will also find the picturesque town blessed with a beautiful cathedral and a burgeoning bar and restaurant scene.

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Day 8
Liverpool, England

The home of the Three Graces, the Beatles and countless art galleries and museums to rival London, the northern maritime city is a cultural and historic destination. Once one of the world’s greatest trading hubs, Liverpool is today one of the most visited cities in the United Kingdom due to its wealth of attractions.

Ship Details
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
Bolette

Proudly bearing the name of the wife of one of the original founding brothers - Petter Olsen, Bolette has a historic connection to the Olsen family. Exuding classic, elegant style in her exterior and interior design, and featuring spacious and comfortable public areas, as well as just 690 cabins, our flagship leads our fleet of smaller ships by example.

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