Let us ensure a stress-free end to your cruise journey
Prior to disembarking your cruise ship, and to help with the smooth clearance of luggage, it is compulsory that the coloured baggage labels provided with your travel documents are completed and firmly fixed to your luggage.
We also request that your luggage is placed outside your room door on the final night of your cruise holiday. Your luggage will be transferred to the cruise terminal for you. We ask that you adhere to this request as this process helps to reduce unnecessary obstruction of the corridors on the day of disembarkation, enabling you to disembark the cruise ship with ease when your deck is called. You will then collect your luggage from the relevant area of the cruise terminal.
Disembarkation in the UK at cruise end is generally after breakfast on the last morning of your cruise and completed by 0930hrs. ( Fly/cruise information will be advised on an individual basis). You will be informed via the ship’s PA system when it is your turn to disembark, deck by deck. Once your deck has been called you may leave the ship, collect your baggage and continue your homeward journey.
However, disembarkation will be earlier when the vessel needs to reposition to another port in order to commence its next sailing.
Please take a look at disembarkation times for your ship and cruise, so you can plan your onward journey home.
See you Soon
Although you may have disembarked, we hope to see you very soon aboard another Fred. Olsen cruise. Whilst on board you can book your next cruise with our Future Cruise Team and, as you'll qualify for Oceans membership after your first cruise, you will also be entitled to a 5% discount for any future cruise bookings.