The Mediterranean

WorldWide Cruises 2017-18

The Mediterranean The marvellous Mediterranean overflows with historical, cultural and aesthetic delights. The perfect antidote to when wanderlust pulls hardest on the heart strings. With so much variety in one region, a cruise with award-winning Fred. Olsen is the way to savour it all, taking in a succession of distinctive destinations. Sail a string of sun-dappled islands on board Balmoral, from effervescent Ibiza to stylish Sardinia, with Corsica, Sicily and Mallorca thrown in too; or let Braemar be your guide to the ‘Islands of the Aegean’. With Mykonos and Santorini in the mix, along with Athens and Istanbul, you’ll find unabashed beauty combined with many layers of culture and history. For 2017 we’ve added an exciting range of ‘Authentic’ cruises that have been designed to really get under the skin of a particular area, taking in the very best highlights during a journey of discovery. Immerse yourself in the glitz and glamour of the French Riviera; embark on an Amalfi Coast adventure, with idyllic islands, dreamy resorts, picturesque coastlines and captivating Rome too; sample the best of up-and-coming Croatia – one of the ‘hottest’ destinations in the world right now – along with enchanting Venice; or learn the traditions and cultures of Andalusia, with your choice of two sensational Spanish sailings. Some of Fred.’s most popular cruises from recent years make a welcome return too. In March 2017, Balmoral heads to ‘Mysterious Morocco & Seductive Spain’: get set for glorious beaches, bustling souks, traditional tapas and architectural gems aplenty. Two months later, the thrilling Formula One Monaco Grand Prix goes full throttle once again and Black Watch will be there to capture the excitement of not only the race itself, but also the preceding final qualifying round – an unprecedented opportunity to enjoy with Fred. 98 Visit fredolsencruises.com, contact your travel agent or call 0800 0355 105


WorldWide Cruises 2017-18
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