Cruise In Search of the Northern Lights with Fred. Olsen this winter
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is offering the opportunity to witness one of nature’s most awe-inspiring sights – the majestic Aurora Borealis - on Boudicca and Black Watch this winter.
NASA scientists predict that the current period of solar activity will reach a new peak this winter and will not return to the same intensity for at least a decade.
The Northern Lights are predicted to reach a new peak of activity this winter
It means guests on Boudicca, departing from Liverpool on 8 November, or Black Watch, sailing from Tilbury on 20 December, will experience the best possible conditions for seeing this spectacular natural phenomenon.
Cruise guests who have recently been on a Fred. Olsen “In Search of the Northern Lights” cruise have described the experience as completely magical”.
Boudicca’s 16-night cruise, costing from £944 per person, will visit Ålesund, Tromsø and Alta in Norway, Leknes, in the Lofoten Islands, known for its rich Viking history and Arctic nature, and Kristiansund, set on Norway’s west coast and home to the famous Atlantic Road, one of Norway’s most photographed driving roads.
Black Watch’s 16-night cruise, costing from £1,584 per person, will visit Haugesund, Ålesund, Tromsø and Alta, Trondheim, Bergen, Norway’s second city with colourful timbered houses and cobbled streets, and Stavanger, a vibrant and exciting city with a cathedral that dates back to the Middle Ages.
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