The team at NoFlyCruises always get excited when new no fly cruises are released. Especially when they have interesting themes or itineraries.
So, when we received news of a brand-new Fred. Olsen Cruises no fly cruise named ‘Revisiting Prussia’, well, we were engaged!
The new cruise on one of our favourite small ships, Braemar, claims to have been crafted by the planners to delve into the ‘history of the vanished territory of Prussia’.
The cruise promises lesser-known towns and cities (away from the tourist crowds) on a 10-night round-trip cruise from Rosyth (Edinburgh) with some fascinating ports of call, such as Baltiysk in Russia, Szczecin in Poland and also cruising the Oder and Swina rivers in Poland. We’re impressed!
The cruise also takes in the iconic Kiel Canal transit and currently includes a £150 Cabin credit.
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