The port of Rosyth is situated on the north bank
of the River Forth, just 40 minutes from Edinburgh.
To make your holiday even more relaxing, why
not stay overnight to take in all the sights of the
Scottish capital before setting sail?
The International Passenger Terminal in the
award-winning Port of Tyne, North Shields has
good transport links to Newcastle city centre –
renowned for excellent shopping and a raft of
Departing from the maritime city of Liverpool is
the route to a friendly and efficient start to your
holiday. Perhaps stay the night prior to joining your
ship and enjoy the city’s diverse attractions, all
within walking distance of the cruise terminal.
Dover’s iconic White Cliffs have been a hive of
seafaring activity for thousands of years. Today
excellent road and high speed rail connections
make the town easily accessible from across the UK.
Fred. Olsen operates year-round from
Southampton, bringing all the advantages of
smaller ship cruising to the ‘Cruise Capital of
the UK’. From here you’ll find the naval city of
Portsmouth, the New Forest and the South
Downs National Park within reach.
For more information on your preferred UK
departure port, please visit the ‘Before You Cruise’
section of Fred. Olsen’s website.
View destination and ship videos at www.cruisewithfred.tv