Fred Olsen Cruise Lines claims to be removing barriers for single travellers as part of its new year peak booking season cruise sale.
Single supplements are being abolished for bookings made by March 1, 2017 while early bookers are also automatically upgraded to an all inclusive drinks package.
Members of the line’s Oceans loyalty club booking by December 27 are also being offered on shore spending money and door-to-door transfers for three longer duration voyages.
Head of sales Neil Herbert said that the sale had been designed to reward loyal passengers, as well as targeting single cruise bookers and removing any barriers for first-time cruisers.
“With the recent changes in the political landscape, holidaymakers have been exercising a certain amount of caution when booking foreign travel,” he said.
“To try to alleviate any concerns that they may have, our new cruise sale focuses on ensuring that we continue to offer great value-for-money and that those all-important holiday extras are covered, allowing guests to relax, safe in the knowledge that almost everything is included in their cruise price.
“We are also aiming to appeal to the growing solo traveller market; 40% of over 55s in the UK now describe themselves as single, and Fred Olsen offers more rooms for solos than any other cruise line.”
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