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Australia Will See Fred Olsen Cruise Lines' First Visit Since 2020

Australia Will See Fred Olsen Cruise Lines’ First Visit Since 2020

As part of the 2024 World Cruise, passengers on board Borealis will see spectacular locations like Hawaii, French Polynesia, Australia, Bali, and Oman.

Three days on the Florida coast, seeing wildlife in Costa Rica’s rainforest, taking in the local customs and breathtaking views of Hawaii’s volcanoes, and discovering happiness in the picturesque islands of French Polynesia are all included in this amazing 101-night journey.

From there, visitors will see a variety of New Zealand’s landscapes, renowned wineries, and picturesque waterways in addition to well-known landmarks and natural wonders like Ayers Rock.

Highlights of the journey’s Asian leg include the seldom-visited Alotau in Papua New Guinea, the relaxed Bali, and Komodo Island, home to the largest lizard in the world.

According to Martin Lister, Head of Itinerary Planning and Destination Experience at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, “We are absolutely thrilled to be returning to Australia for the first time in more than three years.”

“During this incredible journey around the globe, our guests will have numerous chances to witness a variety of marine and wildlife species.”

“This cruise has been scheduled to coincide with humpback whales’ yearly migration from Alaska’s summer feeding grounds.”

“With our dependable partners, we have crafted some amazing once-in-a-lifetime experiences that allow guests to fully immerse themselves in the location they are visiting.” These include spending time with a Dabbawala delivering tiffin lunch boxes in Mumbai, exploring more about rural life in Papua New Guinea on a beach trip where native women demonstrate the age-old art of clay pot manufacturing, and witnessing Uluru at sunrise in Australia.

The following are some of the more notable cruises offered on the Borealis:

On January 7, 2024, Borealis’ 101-night “World Cruise” leaves Southampton. Take a cruise on Borealis across the world. Explore Sydney, Singapore, Mumbai, New Zealand, and a variety of other cities that provide natural and cultural attractions. The starting price per person is £9,999.

As an alternative, visitors can take advantage of the grand voyage’s fly-cruise section.

These consist of:

The 53-night “Liverpool to Sydney” voyage by Borealis leaves Liverpool on January 5, 2024. Discover three volcanic Hawaiian Islands, travel the Florida coast and stop at Cape Canaveral, and discover the aquatic life in New Zealand’s Sounds. The starting price per person is £8,399,.

On February 27, 2024, Borealis will set sail from Sydney on a 50-night trip exploring Australia, the Far East, and the Mediterranean. Take a trip through fascinating cultures and breathtaking natural features. Explore the contrasts of Asia, see Sydney’s famous sites, go to the “Lost City” of Petra, and traverse Egypt’s Suez Canal. The starting price per person is £6,999.

The 27th of February, 2024 marks the departure of Borealis’ 28-night “Exploring Australia and the Far East” voyage from Sydney. See the world-famous attractions in Sydney, travel to numerous Australian towns and Asian locations, hunt for natural wonders, visit tribal Papua New Guinea, and discover Bali, Phuket, and Komodo Island. The starting price per person is £5,199.

Source- Travel daily

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