Cruises from Newcastle 2023 – Fred Olsen Bolette – 27th March 2023 – 10 Nights
Newcastle – At sea – At sea – Reykjavik – Reykjavik – Akureyri – Akureyri – Seydisfjordur – Torshavn (Faroe Islands) – At Sea – Newcastle
Explore Iceland one of the worlds most spectacular countries at a time of year where there are fewer tourists. Early spring is the perfect time to visit when it is easier to seek out and marvel at the wonders within reach of Reykjavik. See the power of the Gullfoss waterfalls and gushing Geysir hot springs.
At Akureyri you could go on a whale watching tour to look out for humpback and mink whales as they return to their breeding grounds. Dolphins and porpoises can also be spotted in their natural habitat.
Between Mount Strandartindur and Mount Bjolfur you can see the rugged beauty of Iceland amongst rolling valleys and thundering waterfalls.
If you are lucky you might even get to see the Northern lights when darkness falls.
Bolette is the flagship of the Fred Olsen fleet and has just 690 cabins. She has a classic, elegant style in her exterior and interior designs featuring spacious and comfortable areas.
The crows nest is where you can enjoy scenic cruising through large panoramic windows. Cooking demonstrations as well as specialist talks and movie nights are held in the auditorium. The lido bar and swimming pool are on deck eight. The retractable roof means you can enjoy a swim year round.
When it’s time to eat you have a choice of restaurants. Colours and tastes offers modern Asian fusion dishes such as spiced grilled meats, seafood, gyozas, dim sum and sushi, classic Chinese and Thai, Vasco is an Indian restaurant.
Bolette In Numbers
Cabins 630 (including over 50 single cabins)
Passengers 1338 (standard capacity)
Bars and Lounges 11