Fred. Olsen Cruise Strains has accomplished its fleet by welcoming Bolette to Rosyth, Scotland – simply two weeks after taking supply of one other new ship, Borealis.
Each ships have been acquired from Holland America Line.
Bolette arrived at Babcock’s Rosyth Services this morning, crusing below the Forth and Queensferry bridges.
Peter Deer, managing director at Fred. Olsen Cruise Strains, stated: “It’s fantastic to have sister ships Bolette and Borealis collectively in the identical place, becoming a member of the remainder of our fleet.
“They’ve already had such a heat welcome from our friends who’ve been following our Digital Cruising programme on Fb and on our web site.
“Now, we will get to work getting each ships prepared, in true Fred. Olsen Cruise Strains fashion, for when our friends step aboard for the primary time.
“It is a vastly thrilling time for us, and taking possession of those ships is a transparent indication of our plans to bounce again stronger than ever, as soon as the time is correct to begin crusing once more.”
In the meantime, cruises for Bolette and Borealis, scheduled to begin from March, at the moment are on sale.