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Liverpool to Welcome Fred Olsen Cruise Lines Back in 2013

07 February 2012

Liverpool cruise fans will no doubt be very happy to hear that Fred Olsen cruise line will be back in the city during the spring and summer of next year. A wide variety of worldwide itineraries will be on offer between April and August next year.

Boudicca will return with a vengeance and offer no less than ten cruises from Liverpool in 2013.

The Fred Olsen Director of Planning, Matt Grimes, said “After a year’s absence, Fred Olsen Cruise Lines is excited to be returning to Liverpool for the summer 2013 cruise season. Our loyal guests have asked us to do so and I am sure that they will be delighted.”

He added that this will once again give them the opportunity to enjoy a Fred Olsen cruise holiday without the need to embark on a long trip to a southern coastal port to begin their journey.

Boudicca will offer a wide selection of cruise itineraries of varying lengths from Liverpool in 2013. The four-night mini cruises in August next year will be perfect for first-time cruisers and for those who want a longer holiday, the 12-night cruise to the Canary Islands in April 2013 will no doubt be particularly appealing.

Fred Olsen will also add Belfast and Harwich to its already impressive list of regional departure points next year.

By adding the Liverpool cruises the cruise line is now able to have a ship within two hours’ drive of about 80% of the United Kingdom population.