Mighty Waterfalls & Norwegian Fjords

13th May 2023 7 nights Sails from Southampton Borealis S2308
FREEDOM FARE FROM £1,099 per person
Beautiful view of Naeroyfjord, Norway Beautiful view of Naeroyfjord, Norway
FREEDOM FARE FROM £1,099 per person
Enjoy FREE All Inclusive Drinks

These Terms and Conditions are in addition to Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ (FOCL) standard Terms and Conditions which are available here. Both must be read before booking. All offers may be withdrawn or amended at any time without prior notice, cannot be combined, are subject to availability and cannot be applied retrospectively. Cruise descriptions include optional, chargeable experiences that may be enjoyed independently and/or with optional Fred. Olsen Shore Tours. Shore Tours are subject to availability & service operation. Some ports may be at anchor, intermediate days are at sea.
*FREE Drinks package:
is applicable to new bookings only, made between 06/09/22 and 31/10/22 inclusive, for departures of 6 to 16 nights, departing from the UK in 2023, as highlighted on website.  Free drinks upgrade package comprises of selected house beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks – for terms & conditions, see website. Offer excludes saver fares, charters, exclusive sailings, and Tour Operator holidays. Freedom fare terms and conditions apply. Offer is capacity controlled. E&OE.

A springtime exploration of Norway’s fjordland is a chance to see, experience and fully appreciate its beauty, while the region’s landscapes, natural wonders and waterways are in their full seasonal splendour. On board Borealis, see towering mountains and cliffs – including the famous Pulpit Rock – on your diversion into Lysefjord; sail Hardangerfjord and Maurangerfjord, amongst their verdant, forested hills and mountainous valleys; and gaze up at the soaring peaks that flank narrow, UNESCO-listed Naeroyfjord. During your time in Maurangerfjord, you’ll witness the tumbling, crashing waters of Furebergfossen too.[ReadMore]

Unforgettable sights and experiences also await your discovery ashore. Within Hardangerfjord, a visit to Eidfjord is a chance to explore the fjord’s flora-rich orchards and sample some of the sweet juices and ciders crafted from the fruits, and then see the scenery from a different perspective on a kayaking adventure. Meanwhile, at Flåm, a ride on the Flåmsbana Railway, regarded as one of the best train journeys on earth, is highly recommended to see imposing mountains and crashing waterfalls up close for unmissable photo opportunities. Time at Haugesund could be spent delving into the village’s Viking history, and explore the surrounding Haugesundet countryside, though you may opt to take a trip up Langfossen – regarded as Norway's best waterfall – on a tour.

Borealis, like her sister ship Bolette, has capacity for less than 1,400 guests but is larger in overall size than the other vessels in the Fred. Olsen fleet. This means when you come on board for a memorable cruise holiday, to relax and enjoy a premium level of comfort – as well as our renowned personal service – in the elegant public areas, lounges, bars and dining venues, you have even more space in which to do so.

With its warm, welcoming atmosphere and timeless style, and classic open deck spaces providing a place to fully immerse yourself in the magic of ocean cruising, Borealis is very much in keeping with what our guests have come to expect from a Fred. Olsen ship.