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All-inclusive drinks or no single supplement on Fred. Olsen's UK cruise programme

All new bookings made by June 8, 2021 offer a free all-inclusive drinks package or no single supplement on the cruise line's 'Welcome Back' sailings. 

All aboard for Fred. Olsen's 'Welcome Back' sailings; the cruise line is offering a free all-inclusive drinks package (including house wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks) and tips covered, or no single supplement on each cruise.

Solo sailors can enjoy a number of the cruise line's return voyages from £699 per person. 

The offer applies to a selection of six cruises, applicable to select bookings made before June 8, 2021. Applicable sailings include

- the four-night 'Scenic British Isles & Summer Wildlife' cruise departing from Liverpool on July 8, 2021, starting from £599 per person

- the nine-night 'Touring Scenic British Isles' itinerary, departing from Liverpool on September 2, 2021, starting from £1,399 per person

- the five-night 'Touring Scenic Orkney & Shetlands' voyage, departing from Dover on August 24, 2021, starting from £749 per person. 

Clare Ward, director of product and customer service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said: “This summer is set to be like no other when it comes to holidaying in the UK. Adding an all inclusive drinks package is a great way to help our guests make the most of their time with us, and to enjoy the many facilities and new venues we have on board our new ships. We also have a selection of cruises with no single supplements, designed especially for our solo travellers."

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