Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines extends Price Pledge
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has let off a Guy Fawkes cracker by extending its extended its Price Pledge guarantee until 5 November 2012.
The ‘Price Pledge’ applies to all sailings departing on, or after, 6 April 2013 and which are featured in the current 2013/14 Worldwide Cruises brochure, excluding the 2014 Balmoral and Black Watch Grand Voyages and their sectors, and a full-charter Boudicca cruise.
It means that if the price of the cruise is reduced for the cabin grade booked, Fred. Olsen will refund the difference through one – or a combination – of measures: a cabin upgrade; onboard spending credit; or a cash refund, so that guests can book with confidence.
Olsen sales and marketin chief Nathan Philpot said today: “We have been delighted with the positive response to the Fred. Olsen Price Pledge, and we are very pleased to be able to extend it, so that more of our guests can benefit.
“Fred. Olsen is committed to making it easier for cruise guests to budget and plan their holidays, well in advance, with complete confidence.”
In its 2013/14 cruise programme, Fred. Olsen – voted ‘Best Affordable Cruise Line’ and ‘Best for Learning’ in the 2012 Cruise International Awards – will be visiting no fewer than 240 destinations in 78 countries, and the new cruise programme features 12 maiden ports worldwide.
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