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Author: Rebecca Gibson/Tuesday, July 25, 2017/Categories: News, Cruise news, Ports and destinations
Fred. Olsen Cruise Line’s Boudicca is to return to Portsmouth International Port in the UK on 27 July.
Boudicca, which first called Portsmouth in October 2009, is a regular visitor to the city and brings up to 880 guests each time. This time, Boudicca will call during the final stages of her round-Britain cruise. Before arriving in Portsmouth, Boudicca will have already visited Tobermory in the Isle of Mull, Pentland Firth, Kirkwall in the Orkney Isles, Lerwick in the Shetland Isles, the Farne Islands, Southwold in Suffolk. From Portsmouth International Port Boudicca will sail a two-day passage to the departure port of Liverpool.
While in Portsmouth, the ship’s guests will be able to take excursions to see HMS Victory and the Historic Dockyard, or take an organised tours of Old Portsmouth and the Emirates Spinnaker Tower, Historic Winchester, the New Forest, Stonehenge, or take a ride on the Watercress Line Steam Railway.
“Boudicca has always been a firm favourite here at the port, with her beautiful lines bringing an extra touch of elegance to Portsmouth Harbour,” said Rupert Taylor, harbour master at Portsmouth International Port. “I’m delighted that Fred. Olsen has brought this magnificent cruise liner back to Portsmouth International Port, the perfect last stop on her round Britain voyage. Guests are guaranteed a memorable day, with so many world class attractions right on our doorstep.”
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