Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is returning to the Caribbean for the first time in more than three years
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is re-commencing itineraries in the Caribbean for the first time in more than three years in winter 2023.
Borealis will depart Liverpool, UK, for its maiden Caribbean season on 15 November and embark on a 16-night ‘Classic Caribbean Island’ itinerary, which visits nine destinations, including St Kitts, Barbados, Bequia, Antigua, Martinique, Grenada and Saint Lucia. It will also call at Funchal and Ponta Delgada in Portugal.
As part of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ‘Itinerary Insights’ experience, guests onboard this voyage will hear from guest speakers and geologists who will share their knowledge of the volcanic islands and white-sand beaches.
“We are thrilled to be sailing back to the Caribbean this winter and showcasing the best of the islands to our guests,” said Martin Lister, head of itinerary planning and destination experience at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines. “There are many opportunities to uncover ancient history and fascinating cultures throughout the cruise. Highlights include Borealis cruising past the Unesco-listed site of St Lucia’s towering volcanic pitons and a myriad of outstanding waterfalls – Emerald Pool, Spanny Falls, Jacko Falls and Trafalgar Falls in Roseau, Dominica.”
The 16-night cruise also calls at Martinique, Grenada and Saint Lucia, as well as Funchal and Ponta Delgada in Portugal.