Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines always celebrates St. Valentine’s Day – 14th February - in great style across its fleet, and this year will be no different!
Guests aboard its four smaller, more traditional cruise ships – Balmoral, Braemar, Boudicca and Black Watch – will be able to enjoy a romantic atmosphere, and each will interpret the theme in its own individual way; traditionally, the bars and restaurants are decked out in red and white, and the romantic theme is reflected in the daily quiz, evening entertainment and, of course, the food, with heart-shaped cakes for tea and special St. Valentine’s cocktails in the bars. There is a Valentine’s-themed dinner as well, with a matching dress code, such as ‘Hint of Red’ to inspire guests’ imaginations.
All four Fred. Olsen ships will be well positioned to celebrate this special date; Black Watch is at sea, en route for Malé in the lovely Maldives; Braemar is also at sea, heading for sunny Las Palmas in Gran Canaria; and Boudicca is in Tromsǿ, on her cruise ‘In Search of the Northern Lights’, one of the most romantic and awe-inspiring sights on Earth. Balmoral, in the middle of her epic ‘World Cruise’ – the longest ever undertaken by Fred. Olsen, at 112 nights – will most appropriately be crossing the ‘International ‘Date’ Line’, on her way to Tauranga, New Zealand, on St. Valentine’s Day!
Fred. Olsen Cruise Line operates in the UK with four intimately sized ships for a more personal cruising experience.