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Around the World in 80 Days Cruise

  • Departure DateThu 23rd Feb 2023
  • Fred Olsen Cruise Lines Borealis
  • 79 Night Cruise From Southampton
  • Cruise Only From £13,999 pp

Itinerary

  • Southampton
  • Lisbon
  • Brindisi
  • Safaga
  • Mumbai
  • Mormugao, Goa
  • Kochi, India
  • Singapore
  • Nha Trang
  • Hong Kong
  • Shanghai
  • Hakata
  • Osaka
  • Nagoya
  • Yokohama
  • Honolulu
  • Lahaina
  • Hilo
  • San Francisco, California
  • San Diego
  • Acapulco
  • Puerto Caldera
  • Cartagena, Colombia
  • Santa Marta
  • Roadtown, Tortola
  • St. Kitts
  • Ponta Delgada, Azores
  • Southampton

Highlights

    • Shanghai: See the Acrobatic Troupe, the exuberant performance combines breath-taking acrobatics, martial arts, enchanting music and spectacular lighting.
    • Honolulu: Explore the historic sites recounting the historic Pearl harbour attack or soak up the sun and surf at the iconic Waikiki Beach. 
    • San Francisco: Walk over the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, the most famous bridge in the world, spanning 1.7 miles.

Prices from pp

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Voyage Code: S2305

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Second to none. We are on our third reschedule of a Caribbean cruise, nothing is too much trouble for them, always very helpful, enthusiastic and courteous. Definitely would recommend.

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I found my experiance with Cruise King was so easy hassle free and Scott made it a very infornative experiance I would highly reccommed Cruise King (& have done) to my family and friends.

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Helpful, straightforward process..

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Day 1 - Southampton

Arrive: Thu 23 February 2023 / Depart: Thu 23 February 2023

Southampton offers fast and efficient check-in areas, spacious departure lounges with seating areas, café-bars and smart washrooms. If you wish to travel by car and park for the duration of your cruise, you can pay for and reserve parking in advance directly with the relevant company. Alternatively, if being dropped off or collected by taxi or private car, they can drive right up alongside the terminal building.

Day 2 - At Sea

Day 3 - At Sea

Day 4 - Lisbon

Arrive: Sun 26 February 2023 / Depart: Sun 26 February 2023

It was from historic Lisbon, built on seven low hills beside the wide Tagus estuary, that some of Europe's greatest explorers set sail in pursuit of the riches that built Portugal's former global empire in the New World, Africa and the Indies. Memories of that glorious past linger amid the grand avenues and elegant squares of the attractive capital's 18th century lower town - a vivid contrast with the colourful honeycomb of cobbled streets in the old Moorish Alfama quarter and the bohemian mood of the hilly Bairro Alto.

Day 5 - At Sea

Day 6 - At Sea

Day 7 - Cruising the Strait of Messina

Day 8 - Brindisi

Arrive: Thu 02 March 2023 / Depart: Thu 02 March 2023

Brindisi is a port city on the Adriatic Sea, in southern Italy’s Apulia region. The red-stone Aragonese Castle stands on a small island at the harbor’s entrance. The tall Monumento al Marinaio d’Italia, a rudder-shaped limestone memorial to sailors, has sea and city views. Across the harbor, the Swabian Castle of Brindisi dates from the 13th century.

Day 9 - At Sea

Day 10 - At Sea

Day 11 - Suez Canal Transit

Day 12 - Suez Canal Transit

Day 13 - Safaga

Arrive: Tue 07 March 2023

On Egypt's Red Sea coast, Safaga allows you to witness the awesome legacy of the pharaohs at Luxor and the inimitable Valley of the Kings on the banks of the Nile. Safaga is also renowned for its wide azure bay, long sandy beaches and pretty islands.

Day 14 - Safaga

Depart: Wed 08 March 2023

On Egypt's Red Sea coast, Safaga allows you to witness the awesome legacy of the pharaohs at Luxor and the inimitable Valley of the Kings on the banks of the Nile. Safaga is also renowned for its wide azure bay, long sandy beaches and pretty islands.

Day 15 - At Sea

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Day 20 - Mumbai

Arrive: Tue 14 March 2023 / Depart: Tue 14 March 2023

After three days crossing the Arabian Sea, Mumbai appears off the port bow. Once a cluster of seven islands covered with coconut palms, Mumbai is a vibrant city where industy, skyscrapers, bustling bazaars, religious sites like the Jain Temple and the closely guarded Parsi Towers of Silence all exist happily side by side. Also see the Victoria Railway Terminus; the Royal Bombay Yacht Club and the Ghandi Memorial Museum. Named after the goddess Mumbai, this relic empire is dominated by the Gateway of India.

Day 21 - Mormugao, Goa

Arrive: Wed 15 March 2023 / Depart: Wed 15 March 2023

Mormugão is the main port of the tiny State of Goa, renowned for superb beaches and a colonial history that combines the best of Indian and Portuguese culture. Known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’, Goa showcases a mix of scenic beauty and architectural delights, from golden beaches and spice plantations to striking temples and bustling markets. The Arch of the Viceroys was built in 1597 to commemorate Vasco da Gama’s arrival in India, while the nearby Church of St. Cajetan is modelled on St. Peter’s in Rome. Opposite the magnificent Se Cathedral at Old Goa – one of the largest churches in Asia, is the Basilica of Bom. Here the remains of Francis Xavier, a founder of the Jesuit order and patron saint of Goa, lie in a silver casket next to the altar. Yoga is king in Goa, and the crop of spiritual activities available to visitors grows each year. T’ai chi sessions, Reiki healing courses, meditation, and most forms of spiritual exploration are all practised freely. The scents, spices and flavours of Goa’s cuisine is the area’s other main attraction, and the Indo-Portuguese influence will surprise and tantalise even seasoned travellers.

Day 22 - Kochi, India

Arrive: Thu 16 March 2023 / Depart: Thu 16 March 2023

Known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, serene Kochi on India’s south-western coast has been drawing traders, explorers and travellers to its shores for over 600 years. Formerly the port of Cochin, Kochi grew to prominence as an outlet for the spice trade in the 14th century, and is most famous for the iconic-cantilevered Chinese fishing nets that billow out across its harbour.[ReadMoreMob] This ancient trading centre is a melting pot of cultures and religions, evident in the town’s buildings, which range from the oldest synagogue in the British Commonwealth to the austere Mattancherry Palace, built by the Dutch but influenced by the Portuguese.

Day 23 - At Sea

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Day 27 - Singapore

Arrive: Tue 21 March 2023 / Depart: Tue 21 March 2023

When Sir Stamford Raffles claimed Singapore for the British East India Company in 1819, it was nothing but a swampy, thickly jungled island populated by a handful of fishermen and sea gypsies. Stragetically placed as the tip of the Malay peninsula, there had long been visits from a variety of sea craft, including Chinese junks, Indian vessels, Arab dhows and Portuguese battleships – Raffles' arrival merely formalised Singapore's status as a port of international renown. Merchants of every race, colour and creed were quickly drawn to the island, and by 1911, Singapore had a population of 250,000 people, comprising 48 races, speaking 54 languages!

Day 28 - At Sea

Day 29 - Nha Trang

Arrive: Thu 23 March 2023 / Depart: Thu 23 March 2023

Nha Trang also has a reputation for outstanding scuba diving with its white sandy beaches, hot springs, a vast array of species of fish and a colourful coral reef. Culture lovers should be sure to visit the Po Nagar Tower, a well preserved Cham temple tower dedicated to Yan Po Nagar, the goddess of the country. Also of note is the Yersin Museum, a museum dedicated to French bacteriologist Alexandre Yersin. Nha Trang is also home to the renowned Studio & Art Gallery, Long Thanh, a professional Vietnamese black and white photographer who maintains the use of films and developing photographs by hand.

Day 30 - At Sea

Day 31 - Hong Kong

Arrive: Sat 25 March 2023 / Depart: Sat 25 March 2023

A bustling city renowned for its incredible skyline filled with skyscrapers, who at night attempt to out do each other with their incredible light shows. Offering unrivalled shopping you can take a tram ride to Victoria Peak for a magnificent perspective over this “Fragrant Harbour”.

Day 32 - At Sea

Day 33 - At Sea

Day 34 - Shanghai

Arrive: Tue 28 March 2023 / Depart: Tue 28 March 2023

Shanghai, on China’s central coast, is the country's biggest city and a global financial hub. Its heart is the Bund, a famed waterfront promenade lined with colonial-era buildings. Across the Huangpu River rises the Pudong district’s futuristic skyline, including 632m Shanghai Tower and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, with distinctive pink spheres.

Day 35 - At Sea

Day 36 - Hakata

Arrive: Thu 30 March 2023 / Depart: Thu 30 March 2023

The dense downtown ward of Hakata sprawls from the harbor toward bamboo-forested hills. It's known for modern malls and traditional craft stores on Kawabata Shopping Arcade. Busy noodle shops serve Hakata-style pork ramen, and after-work crowds fill casual bars near Hakata Station. Hakataza Theatre stages kabuki, while 12th-century Shofukuji Temple is Japan’s oldest Zen Buddhist site, with a landscaped garden.

Day 37 - At Sea

Day 38 - Osaka

Arrive: Sat 01 April 2023 / Depart: Sat 01 April 2023

Osaka is a large port city and commercial center on the Japanese island of Honshu. It's known for its modern architecture, nightlife and hearty street food. The 16th-century shogunate Osaka Castle, which has undergone several restorations, is its main historical landmark. It's surrounded by a moat and park with plum, peach and cherry-blossom trees. Sumiyoshi-taisha is among Japan’s oldest Shinto shrines.

Day 39 - Nagoya

Arrive: Sun 02 April 2023 / Depart: Sun 02 April 2023

Originally developed as the Castle Town of the Owari during the Edo Period, Nagoya played a major role in Japanese governance under the rule of great leaders such as Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Oda Nobunaga and Tokugawa Ieyasu – three legendary samurai – and the emperor Meiji, until World War II bombing raids destroyed much of the city in 1945. Since rebuilt, Nagoya today is once again one of Japan’s most important cities and its third largest. An industrial and manufacturing powerhouse, it is home to global companies such as Toyota and NGK, and boasts wide, urban streets overlooked by towering office blocks and skyscrapers, such as the impressive Twin Towers of Nagoya Station – the largest railway station, by building area, on earth. There are cosmopolitan aspects to Nagoya; you’ll find fantastic shops, malls and restaurants serving delicious local cuisine; interesting museums, including the Toyota Automobile Museum and futuristic City Science Museum; and beautiful parks and green spaces too. Amongst the modern marvels, it is still possible to enjoy a taste of the city’s historical importance and samurai heritage though. Don’t miss the stunning Nagoya Castle, Atsuta Shrine – one of Japan's three most important Shinto shrines – and Osu Kannon Temple.

Day 40 - Yokohama

Arrive: Mon 03 April 2023 / Depart: Mon 03 April 2023

Yokohama, a Japanese city south of Tokyo, was one of the first Japanese ports opened to foreign trade, in 1859. It contains a large Chinatown with hundreds of Chinese restaurants and shops. It’s also known for Sankei-en Garden, a botanical park containing preserved Japanese residences from different eras, and the seaside Minato Mirai district, site of the 296m Landmark Tower.

Day 41 - At Sea

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Day 44 - Crossing the Int. Date Line

Day 45 - At Sea

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Day 47 - Honolulu

Arrive: Mon 10 April 2023 / Depart: Mon 10 April 2023

Honolulu, on the island of Oahu’s south shore, is capital of Hawaii and gateway to the U.S. island chain. The Waikiki neighborhood is its center for dining, nightlife and shopping, famed for its iconic crescent beach backed by palms and high-rise hotels, with volcanic Diamond Head crater looming in the distance.

Day 48 - Lahaina

Arrive: Tue 11 April 2023 / Depart: Tue 11 April 2023

Quintessentially Hawaiian, gorgeous Lahaina blends a mix of history, beauty and modern-day delights, creating a wonderfully charming, and rewarding, destination for any visitor to breathtaking Maui Island. Situated on Maui’s picturesque west coast, the town was once Hawaii’s capital and an important part of the whaling boom in the 1800s. Now, while the days of whale trading are long gone, Lahaina remains a symbol of the past and features on the U.S Register of Historic Places. With every turn, especially within ‘Old Lahina’, you really get a feel for the history here, as around 55 acres of the town are designated historic districts. It’s all easily explored on foot, with highlights aplenty to discover; take a stroll along lively Front Streets, one of America’s ‘Top Ten Greatest Streets’, and see sights such as the U.S. Seamen’s Hospital, Hale Paahao (Lahaina Prison), the Pioneer Inn on the historic trail. Aside from its attractions from centuries past, Lahaina also offers a taste of authentic island culture and beauty – as you might expect from somewhere found in one of the world’s most spectacular archipelagos. You can immerse yourself in Maui’s way of life, tasting locally grown and sourced produce at Lahaina’ fine restaurants; catch performance of traditional dance and music at a seaside luau; head out for a volcanic hiking adventure; or simply indulge in pure relaxation at the dream-like beaches.

Day 49 - Hilo

Arrive: Wed 12 April 2023 / Depart: Wed 12 April 2023

Hilo is a town on Hawaii, commonly called the Big Island, in the state of Hawaii. It’s known for Wailuku River State Park, featuring Waianuenue, or Rainbow Falls, with its colorful mist effects. The bubbling basalt-lava rock pools known as the Boiling Pots are nearby.

Day 50 - At Sea

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Day 54 - San Francisco, California

Arrive: Mon 17 April 2023 / Depart: Mon 17 April 2023

The hilly streets of San Francisco in northern California, is the iconic image of this city sat on the tip of a peninsula surrounded by the eponymous Pacific Ocean Bay. Known for its year-round fog, legendary Golden Gate Bridge, trolley cars and colourful Victorian houses, San Fran is a city of free thinkers and crafty inventors. Almost perpetually in the clouds over 43 hills, San Francisco’s cable cars provide easy access to the fantastic panoramas from Russian and Nob Hills. Equally exhilarating are Telegraph Hill's garden-lined stairway walks and blustery walks around Land's End. The gardens, trails, museums and festivals of Golden Gate Park are also worth uncovering.

Day 55 - At Sea

Day 56 - San Diego

Arrive: Wed 19 April 2023 / Depart: Wed 19 April 2023

The Californian city of San Diego on the Pacific coast is renowned for its idyllic climate and 70 miles of pristine beaches. Self-proclaimed as ‘America’s Finest City’, San Diego’s confidence, sunny countenance and laid-back personality seems to filter down to its inhabitants. This quintessential California beach town offers a swathe of attractions. The huge Balboa Park is the site of the renowned San Diego Zoo, as well as numerous art galleries, artist studios, museums and gardens. Other popular highlights include SeaWorld San Diego, a Safari Park, and LEGOLAND, while the city’s deep harbour is home to a naval fleet, with the USS Midway, an aircraft-carrier-turned-museum, open to the public.

Day 57 - At Sea

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Day 60 - Acapulco

Arrive: Sun 23 April 2023 / Depart: Sun 23 April 2023

Acapulco is a pulsating city which lies like a star-studded jewel in the sweeping bay. Why not amble along 'The Strip' with its colourful boutiques, sipping mouth-numbing tequilas and take in the sights of this Pacific playground?

Day 61 - At Sea

Day 62 - At Sea

Day 63 - Puerto Caldera

Arrive: Wed 26 April 2023 / Depart: Wed 26 April 2023

The Pacific port and tiny town of Puerto Caldera is well-situated for many of Costa Rica's top attractions and most popular cities, including San Jose, Jaco and Puntarenas. This tropical city is located off of the Gulf of Nicoya and its unspoilt, natural beauty is a true spectacle. The vast rainforest around Puerto Caldera spreads from the coastline up into breath-taking mountain ranges where rivers, waterfalls, parks and wildlife preserves are all waiting to be discovered.

Day 64 - At Sea

Day 65 - Panama Canal Transit

Day 66 - Cartagena, Colombia

Arrive: Sat 29 April 2023 / Depart: Sat 29 April 2023

An enthralling and staggeringly beautiful city, Cartagena is one of Colombia's true gems bursting with Spanish heritage. Dominated by the Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas, the captivating city of Cartagena is also home to the wonderful Santo Domingo Plaza, Palacio de la Inquisicion and its 16th century cathedral. Taking time out to relax at one of Cartagena's many open-air cafés is a popular pastime; perfect for watching the parade of horse-drawn carriages, fashionable locals and romantic street life. From one of its many beaches, many take the opportunity to mingle with the sea life on a Cartegena snorkelling trip, passing San Jose and San Ferna en route.

Day 67 - Santa Marta

Arrive: Sun 30 April 2023 / Depart: Sun 30 April 2023

Santa Marta is a city on the Caribbean Sea in the northern Colombian department of Magdalena. A busy port, it was also the first Spanish settlement in Colombia. It's the gateway for trips into the Tayrona National Natural Park, and for multiday guided treks to the Lost City (Teyuna) archaeological site in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains.

Day 68 - At Sea

Day 69 - Roadtown, Tortola

Arrive: Tue 02 May 2023 / Depart: Tue 02 May 2023

Tortola Island is a famous pirate haunt of old, and Road Town is typically old-world Caribbean and still retains a surreal charm. Capital of the British Virgin Islands, this picturesque town sat between rolling hills and white sandy bays, has a history to match its beguiling beauty. Situated on the horseshoe-shaped Road Harbour, Road Town is home to the Sunday Morning Well, the site where the Emancipation Proclamation was read in 1834. Among the old buildings of Main Street – some still complete with their original red tin roofs, shops stacked with local produce and an abundance of restaurants can be found. The oldest building on the street, HM Prison, was built in 1774. Away from the town along the waterfront, the town’s craftsmen and women sell their own textiles, paintings, rugs and ornaments. The legendary Pussers Bar is the perfect place to try some authentic Caribbean rum, while nearby Cane Garden Bay offers an expanse of gorgeous, sugar-white sands.Show less Exploring further will reveal the popular JR O'Neal Botanic Gardens – home to various exotic plant species, and the 'baths' – an unmissable natural rock formation accessible via a short boat trip.?

Day 70 - St. Kitts

Arrive: Wed 03 May 2023 / Depart: Wed 03 May 2023

Adjust to the easygoing pace of St Kitts' dignified little capital, then check out its imposing cathedral before lingering over the purchase of attractive batiks. Ascending past the lush sugar-cane fields to take in the sweeping views from the 17th century Brimstone Hill Fortress - the ‘Gibraltar of the West Indies' whose ramparts recall Anglo-French battles fought here long ago.

Day 71 - At Sea

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Day 76 - Ponta Delgada, Azores

Arrive: Tue 09 May 2023 / Depart: Tue 09 May 2023

Since their discovery in the early 15th century, the Portuguese Azores have played an important part in oceanic navigation. They were a logistical point for the discovery of new worlds; a port of call for ships engaged in trade between Europe, America and India; and a place to lay anchor for the galleons bringing the wealth of the Americas back to the old world.

Day 77 - At Sea

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Day 79 - At Sea

Day 80 - Southampton

Arrive: Sat 13 May 2023 / Depart: Sat 13 May 2023

Southampton offers fast and efficient check-in areas, spacious departure lounges with seating areas, café-bars and smart washrooms. If you wish to travel by car and park for the duration of your cruise, you can pay for and reserve parking in advance directly with the relevant company. Alternatively, if being dropped off or collected by taxi or private car, they can drive right up alongside the terminal building.

Borealis From Fred Olsen Cruise Lines

Bearing a name that previously bestowed an Olsen-owned vessel in the 1940s, and inspires thoughts of the Aurora Borealis, elegant Borealis proudly connects with, and represents, our founding family’s history and Norwegian heritage. Stylish, spacious and comfortable, with capacity for fewer than 1,400 guests, she’s in keeping with our commitment to offering a more traditional style of cruising. But while Borealis’ capacity is smaller than many cruise vessels, she’s still one of the largest ships, Show lessby size, in our fleet. On board Borealis you’ll find you’re never overcrowded. There is always ample room in which to indulge yourself in the stylish dining venues, enjoy a glass of your favourite tipple and fantastic entertainment at the bars, lounges and theatres, and while away the hours by the all-season pool. And of course, with our friendly staff providing our typical level of personal, attentive service, there’s an intimate feel to the on board experience too.

Ship Cabins

Interior Cabin

The Interior cabins can be found on Decks 1 and 2, and are approximately 183 - 293 square feet in size. The room consists of two single beds which can be converted into a queen-size bed. The bathroom features a shower only.

Interior Cabin

The Interior cabins can be found on decks 1, 2 and 3, and are approximately 183 - 293 square feet in size. The room consists of two single beds which can be converted into a queen-size bed. The bathroom features a shower only.

Single Interior

Our Single Interior cabins can be found on Deck 1 and 2, and are approximately 183 square feet in size. Each room features two single beds which can be converted into a queen-size bed and shower.

Single Superior Ocean View

Our Single Superior Interior cabins can be found on Decks 3 and 7 and are approximately 183 square feet in size. Each room features two single beds which can be converted into a queen-size bed and shower.

Superior Interior Cabin

The Superior Interior cabins can be found on Decks 3 and 6, and are approximately 183 -293 square feet in size. The room consists of two single beds which can be converted into a queen-size bed. The bathroom features a shower only.

Ocean View Cabin

These Ocean View cabins can be found on Decks 1 and 2 and are approximately 214 square feet in size. These cabins feature large picture windows. The bedrooms consist of two single beds which can be converted into a queen-size bed while the bathrooms feature both a bath and shower (unless indicated as shower only).

Ocean View Cabin

Ocean View Cabin

Ocean View Cabin with Porthole

These Ocean View cabins can be found on Decks 1 and 2 and are approximately 140-214 square feet and feature a porthole window. The room consists of two single beds which can be converted into a queen-size bed. The bathroom in most of these cabins feature bathtub with a shower over the bath.

Single Ocean View

Our Single Ocean View cabins can be found on decks 1, 2, & 3 and are approximately 214 square feet in size. Each cabin features a picture window with two single beds that can be converted into a queen-size bed. Most bathrooms have a bath and shower.

Superior Ocean View

Superior Ocean View

Superior Ocean View Cabin

Our Superior Ocean View cabins are found on Deck 6 and 3, all featuring a large ocean view window. These cabins are approximately 214 square feet in size. The bedroom consists of two single beds which can be converted into one queen-size bed, while the bathroom has both a bath and shower

Superior Ocean View Cabin

Our Superior Ocean View cabins can be found on Deck 2, midship, and are approximately 214 square feet in size. Each cabin features a large ocean view with a window, while the bedrooms consist of two single beds that can be converted into a queen-size bed. The bathroom features both a bath and shower.

Superior Ocean View Wheelchair Adapted

These Superior Ocean View adapted cabins can be found on Deck 3 and 6 and are approximately 214 square feet in size. The accessible cabin consists of two single beds that can be converted into a queen-size bed, with the bathroom featuring a roll-in shower only.

Terrace Cabin

Our Terrace Cabins can be found on Deck 3, midship and are approximately 218 square feet. The bedroom features two single beds which can be converted into a queen-size bed. The bathroom has both a bath and shower. Sliding glass doors lead onto the walk-around Lower Promenade Deck.

Balcony Junior Suite

Our Balcony Junior Suites are located on Deck 7 and 6 and are approximately 244 to 283 square feet in size. The bedroom feature two single beds that can be converted into one queen-size bed, while the bathroom features a bath & shower (unless indicated as shower only). There is a sitting area with floor to ceiling windows that lead to a private balcony. A mini-bar and refrigerator are also included in our Balcony Junior Suites.

Balcony Junior Suite Wheelchair Adapted

The Balcony Junior Suite Adapted Suites can be found on Deck 7 & 6 and are approximately 244-283 square feet in size. Floor to ceiling windows leads onto a private balcony area. Each accessible Suite consists of two single beds which can be converted into a queen-size bed. The bathroom features a roll-in shower. Suites also include a sitting area, mini-bar and refrigerator.

Balcony Suite

Our Balcony Suites are located on Deck 7 and 6 and are approximately 292-337 square feet in size. The bedroom feature two single beds that can be converted into one queen-size bed, while the bathroom features a bath & shower (unless indicated as shower only). There is a sitting area with floor to ceiling windows that lead to a private balcony. A mini-bar and refrigerator are also included in our Balcony Suites.

Olsen Suite

Situated on Deck 7, this suite is approximately 1,181 square feet in size and is located near the lift and stairs. Features include floor to ceiling windows leading out to a private balcony. The suite has one king-size bed and a sofa with the bathroom boasting an oversize bath and separate shower. A living room, dining room, dressing room, private balcony, pantry, mini-bar, fridge and guest toilet can also be found in the Olsen Suite.

Premier Suite

Our Premier Suites are located on Deck 7 and are approximately 568-644 square feet in size. The bedroom has one king-size bed with a bathroom featuring a bath and shower. A large sitting area with floor to ceiling windows leads onto a private balcony. Each suite also includes a dressing room, sofa, mini-bar and fridge.

Premier Suite Wheelchair Adapted

The Premier Adapted Suites are located on Deck 7 and are approximately 568-644 square feet in size. Floor to ceiling windows leads onto a private balcony. Each accessible suite features a king-size bed, with single side approach to the bed, bathtub & roll-in shower. Each suite also features a large sitting area, dressing room, sofa, mini-bar and fridge.

Single Balcony Suite

These Suites can be found on Deck 6 and range from 244 to 283 square feet with floor to ceiling windows leading onto a private balcony. Featuring two single beds that can be converted into a queen-size bed. The bathroom has a bath and shower (unless indicated as shower only). Additional features include a sitting area, mini-bar, and refrigerator.
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    I found my experiance with Cruise King was so easy hassle free and Scott made it a very infornative experiance I would highly reccommed Cruise King (& have done) to my family and friends.

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