Here at CruiseDeals.co.uk, we’re officially getting festive. Check out this fantastic opportunity to enjoy the Irish Christmas markets and grab some gifts for your friends and family this year.
Fred. Olsen are renowned for their excellent customer-care from the friendly crew and brilliant entertainment onboard. You will be delighted by Balmoral, she is a beautiful ship with a home-from-home feel and she offers exceptional mouth-watering menus to suit all tastes. This ship has the best views – head to the Observatory Lounge to gaze from the bow of the ship and out to sea. It is absolutely stunning.
The key feature of Balmoral is the striking broad spiral staircase at the heart of the ship – take a walk to the beautiful Ballindalloch Restaurant and admire photographs and paintings from Fred. Olsen’s private collection. After which, you can sit in the pub and listen to music or comedy acts or head to the Neptune Lounge for a cabaret and show.
We love Fred. Olsen cruises and we know you will to – call us today and let’s help you get the festivities started.
- Day 1 – Southampton
- Day 2 – Falmouth
- Day 3 – Cobh, Cork, Ireland
- Day 4 – Dublin, Ireland
- Day 5 – At sea
- Day 6 – Southampton
- 4 nights onboard Balmoral
- Full Board – fine dining, informal buffets and snacks, complimentary tea and coffee
- All evening entertainment, including cabarets and dancing
- Captain’s cocktail party and gala buffet
- Onboard leisure facilities, including the swimming pools, hot tubs and gym equipment
- Add on a drinks package for £10 per person, per night when you book
Cobh for Cork, Ireland
Cobh has the world’s finest natural harbour, brightly coloured houses and the striking St. Coleman’s Cathedral which has a carillon of an impressive 47 bells. In recent years Cobh has gone all out to get in the Christmas spirit with exciting ventures such as the North Pole Experience, arts and craft workshops, male voice choirs and bands playing you some Christmas cheer.
Year after year Dublin has wowed the crowds with their beautiful Christmas markets full of unique gifts and the Irish sense of humour. Dublin is wonderful at any time of year and is a real magnet drawing in thousands of visitors every year. When you have finished shopping you might find a bit of culture on your shopping list – visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Castle and the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Don’t forget to taste what Dublin is famous for – a pint of ‘The Black Stuff’ – Guinness at it’s best. Enjoy!
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||14 December 2016|
|Cabin Type:||Balcony Cabins|
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