Solo Cruising

Closer Magazine Winter 2013-14

Solo SOLO CRUISING Cruising A Fred. Olsen cruise is perfect for people who are travelling by themselves; our ships are renowned for having a friendly, welcoming ambience. It’s a great way to visit your chosen destinations and meet people along the way. You can meet up with fellow solo cruisers when you want to or you can simply find a quiet spot on board to enjoy. 56 www.fredolsencruises.com Exclusive Gatherings Exclusive gatherings for solo cruisers are held on board on every cruise. These meetings are entirely optional, but are the chance to get together and mix with like-minded guests should you choose to. There are meeting points if you’d like to go ashore with fellow solo cruisers, dance hosts for those who would like a partner on the dance floor and on board group activities – such as Bridge or getting creative in arts and crafts. Solo cruisers can also choose to sit together at dinner, so everyone can get to know each other and share their cruising experiences. Guests never need be alone on board, which is one of the reasons Fred. Olsen have the reputation of having one of the friendliest fleets afloat. Cruising is so much more enjoyable when you travel with new-found friends. Your home on board When it comes to choosing cabins, there’s a range of different grades available to meet your needs. Whether you opt for a single room or select a twin for sole use, you’ll find there’s ample space and all the facilities you need. We often have great offers on twin cabins for sole occupancy on selected cabins and cruises, so you have the chance to avoid the dreaded ’single supplement’. This means you can book with confidence, knowing you’re getting great value for money, and it’s not costing you more because you’re travelling alone.


Closer Magazine Winter 2013-14
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