UK based NoFlyCruises specialist Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has announced several new itineraries for its 2022 voyage programme.

The two brand new cruises, which are now available to book are: ‘Canada in the Fall’ and ‘Rugged and Remote Spitsbergen’, with early booking cabin spend of up to £250 per person.

June 2022 will see Balmoral will set sail on a 15-night voyage of discovery to some of the most rugged and remote landscapes of Spitsbergen, in the Norwegian Archipelago of Svalbard, including a crossing of the Arctic Circle to experience the eerie Midnight Sun.

Further to this is a 19-night no fly voyage to Canada, now possible owing to the sailing speeds of Fred. Olsen’s new ship Borealis.

Details of the two new cruises are as follows:

Balmoral’s 15-night L2217 ‘Rugged and Remote Spitsbergen’ cruise, departing from Newcastle on 22nd June 2022. Prices start from £2,499 per person, with up to £200 per person in free on board spending money.


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Canada in the Fall itinerary map


Borealis’ 19-night S2226 ‘Canada in the Fall’ cruise, departing from Liverpool on 28th September 2022. Prices start from £2,999 per person, with up to £250 per person in free on board spending money.

Ports of call: Liverpool, England – Cobh, Ireland – St John’s, Newfoundland, Canada – Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada – Gaspé, Quebec, Canada – Baie-Comeau, Quebec, Canada – Québec City, Quebec, Canada – Port Saguenay, Canada – Cruising Saguenay River – Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Liverpool, England

Ports of call: Newcastle, England – Olden, Norway – Cruising Nordfjord and Innvikfjord – Måloy, Norway – Cruising Nærøysundet – Cruising by Torghatten and Seven Sisters mountain range – Crossing the Arctic Circle –Cruising Trollfjord and Devil’s Jaw – Honningsvåg, Norway – Cruising by North Cape and The Horn – Pyramiden, Spitsbergen, Svalbard – Cruising Nordenskiöldbreen, Tempelfjorden and Tuna Glacier – Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen, Svalbard – Tromsø, Norway – Cruising by Black Glacier (Svartisen) – Cruising Nordfjord (Meløy) – Åndalsnes, Norway – Cruising Romsdalfjorden and Isfjord – Newcastle, England

These itineraries follow on from two other 2022 cruises teased by Fred. Olsen earlier in the year and  Fred. Olsen will release its entire 2022/23 programme for its new-look fleet in March.

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