Fred. Olsen Cruise Line is giving Brits the opportunity to make their holiday budget stretch a little further thanks to a new deal on its cruise holidays which includes FREE onboard spending money.
Passengers can get up to ￡100 free spending money when they book onto one of cruise ship Balmoral's sailings from Portsmouth in 2021.
The cruise ship is set to sail from Portsmouth in October and November 2021 across some pretty glamorous itineraries including a Northern Lights cruise in Norway, winter sun in the Canary Islands, and even sailings to German Christmas markets.
You can check out some of the itineraries included in the offer below...
- French Cities with the Seine, five nights departing 30th October 2021. Prices from ￡649pp.
German Christmas Markets, six nights departing 30th November 2021. Prices from ￡699pp.
- In Search of the Northern Lights, 13 nights departing 4th November 2021. Prices from ￡1,599pp.
- Winter Warmth of the Canaries, 13 nights departing 17th November 2021. Prices from ￡1,499pp.
If you want to make use of the offer, you'll need to book onto one of the Portsmouth sailings by the 30th November 2020 when the offer ends. It's worth noting that for some of the shorter cruises, the deal will offer ￡50 free onboard spending money.
Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said: "We know that our guests are missing cruising with us, and are keen to get their 2021 holidays marked on their calendars.
"Our Portsmouth departures have something for everyone, from those looking to escape to warmer climates in the UK’s colder months, to those looking to get into the festive spirit or tick something off their bucket list.
"And those who book by the end of November will enjoy some free on board spending money from us to take advantage of Balmoral’s many wonderful facilities, be it a spa treatment, a meal in The Grill or some drinks in one of the bars between exploring these wonderful ports."
You can find out more on fredolsencruises.com.
- At the time of writing the FCDO advises Brits against cruise holidays on a sea-faring ship. You can check the latest FCDO cruise advice for more updates and information.