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UK Scenes from the Silver Screen 21st May 2017 • 10 nights • Sails from Southampton • Braemar • CRUISE ID: M1712 Join Braemar and go “behind the scenes”, visiting famous sites that have featured in treasured classics from television and film history. This is your unmissable opportunity to tick Braveheart, Poldark, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter and more off your wish list; and there’s time to enjoy all the usual highlights too, including Edinburgh Castle, the Eden Project, the Giant’s Causeway and vibrant Dublin. pick from three spellbinding nearby locations, all available on tours, and catch a glimpse of life on the silver screen: Glen Nevis, Glencoe and the Glenfinnan Viaduct have played their part in an array of films, including Braveheart, Highlander II, Skyfall and the Harry Potter series. Cruising Loch Linnhe Absorb spellbinding views and native wildlife from your ship as you drift along Loch Linnhe. The scenery here includes Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis – a sight sure to take your breath away. Cruising by Duart Castle Sail by the pretty 13th century Duart Castle, an arresting sight from any angle, especially from the comfort of your ship. The exterior of the castle was used in the 1999 film Entrapment, which starred Catherine Zeta- Jones and, fittingly, Sean Connery, whose ancestry includes the Macleans – the clan that have owned the castle for over 100 years. From only £1,299 per person Edinburgh (from Rosyth), Scotland Explore the highlights of Edinburgh from Rosyth, including the Royal Botanical Gardens and Edinburgh Castle. Or, on tour, take your pick from the vibrant Scottish capital’s many connections to TV and film: discover the mysterious Rosslyn Chapel – a star in The Da Vinci Code; head to St. Andrews West Sands, the Blue Flag beach adjacent to the famous golf course that was used in the opening scenes of Chariots of Fire; or visit Doune Castle from Monty Python and the Holy Grail and the historical TV drama series Outlander. Fort William, Scotland At the northeast end of Loch Linnhe and in the shadow of the mighty Ben Nevis – Britain’s highest mountain – Fort William is encircled by breathtaking vistas. Take your Belfast Tours from Rosyth to Edinburgh bookable prior to departure, subject to availability. Single friendly: We will always offer an Ocean View Twin Room at a reduced price for sole occupancy. Please call for details. Rosslyn Chapel Edinburgh (from Rosyth) Southampton Falmouth Fort William Dublin (overnight) Portland Loch Linnhe Duart Castle UK & Ireland Upgrade prices per person, per night from > Ocean View Room: £20 | Balcony Room: £120 | Suite: £170 | Single Rooms from > £2,199 Prices are correct at time of going to print, but may change at any time. Call for latest prices. 122 Date Arrive Depart Destination MAY 2017 Sun 21 PM Southampton Mon 22 Cruising Tue 23 early am late pm Edinburgh (from Rosyth), Scotland Wed 24 Cruising Thu 25 early am early am Cruising Loch Linnhe Thu 25 early am late pm Fort William, Scotland D Thu 25 late pm late pm Cruising Loch Linnhe Thu 25 late night late night Cruising by Duart Castle Fri 26 early am late night Belfast, Northern Ireland Sat 27 early am Dublin, Ireland Sun 28 early pm Dublin, Ireland Mon 29 early am late night Falmouth, England Tue 30 early am late pm Portland, England Wed 31 AM Southampton D Anchor Port All of the following included from only £130 per person, per night: Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, 5-course à la carte dinner, late night buffet & self-service tea & coffee • Varied daytime activities • Lectures & talks • Swimming pools, Jacuzzis & gym Choice of live evening entertainment • 2 formal nights • Overnight stay in Dublin Visit fredolsencruises.com, contact your travel agent or call 0800 0355 105


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