Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has revealed its new Arctic Explorer Voyage after the huge success of its first-ever ‘Arctic Explorer’ cruise for 2015. Their first Arctic Explorer cruise was sold out within a week. The next Arctic Explorer Voyage to one of world’s most hard to reach region, will sail in the Summer of 2016.
According to the press release on Fred Olsen website, “Black Watch’s 26-night W1610 ‘Arctic Explorer’ voyage, departing from Tilbury on 17th July 2016, will allow guests to cross the Arctic Circle, witness the majestic fjords of Norway, take in the peaks and pinnacles of Iceland and Greenland, and have a chance at spotting some of the world’s most elusive wildlife – maybe even a Polar Bear!”.
This wonderful ‘sailing of a lifetime’, will make three stops in Greenland and provide a unique opportunity to its guests to see wonderful wildlife, explore little-known cultures and enjoy some of the best scenic cursing available anywhere. Black Watch being a small ship will be able to take the guests closer to the heart of the destination and hence provide one of the best ways to take all of the natural beauty in, to this far-flung destination.
The experience on this adventure is further explained in the release as, “Guests should seek out a great position out on deck ready for some fantastic scenic cruising. Passing Rørvik, Torghatten, Seven Sisters Mountain Range – where Black Watch will cross the Arctic Circle – and ‘The Black Glacier’, there will be ample opportunity to take some stunning photographs.”
The incredible adventure just keeps on going for 26 nights with prices start from just £2,999 per person, based on two adults sharing a twin, ‘Inside’ cabin, and include accommodation, all meals and entertainment on board, and port dues.Guests can also take advantage of Fred. Olsen’s great-value ‘All-Inclusive’ drinks package from just £10.00 per person per night, on selected beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks.
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