The Fred. Olsen Cruise

Around the World

Under the sea


Snorkelling is one of the best and easiest ways to get up close to the life below the water surface. With 80% of all of Earth’s living creatures located in the seas, there’s no shortage of remarkable species to encounter. 


To the ends of the Earth


Earth is speckled with a seemingly endless array of islands, some of which are so remote that arriving by sea is the best and often only way to reach them. Closer takes a look at some of the most isolated and intriguing islands that can be reached on a Fred. Olsen cruise.


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Discover an enticing selection of destinations, and their best-known highlights, on this island-hopping adventure.

Mysterious Easter Island


The mystifying monoliths of Easter Island - a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995 – have filled many westerners with a sense of intrigue since the arrival of Dutch navigator, Admiral Jacob Roggeveen. 


An insight into Zanzibar


Think of Zanzibar and you're automatically transported to exotic scenes of white-sand beaches and fragrant spices. Beyond the picture-postcard coastline, this relatively untouched destination presents a fascinating way oflife, a mix of cultural influences and tumultuous past. 

Island-hopping in the Indian Ocean


Hidden away in a corner of the world’s third largest ocean lie a number of stunning tropical island destinations. 

Nature's Little Oddities


From Senegal’s surreal pink lake, or Iceland’s 40-metre geyser, to mysterious Glowworm caves in New Zealand, Mother Nature’s magic and creativity is displayed in an endless list of breathtaking and eerie phenomena. 


What’s new for 2018?


Fred. Olsen always aim to provide the very best cruise experience, whether it’s taking guests to exciting new destinations or re-visiting ones that they know and love.


Brazil Fact File


With the Games of the XXXI Olympiad (or the Rio 2016 Olympics) due to begin on 5th August, our intriguing Fact File on Brazil is never more timely. With around 200 million inhabitants, Brazil is the world’s fifth largest country by population.

Spoilt for choice


On Fred. Olsen’s unforgettable Exotic Fly-Cruises, once-in-a-lifetime experiences can be found every step of the way, in every port of call. 

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