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FRED OLSEN CRUISE LINE
FRED OLSEN HOUSE
 
USA
Borton Overseas
5412 Lyndale Avenue S
Minneapolis, Mn 55419
(800) 843-0602
In U.K.
White House Road
Ipswich 1P1 5LL
England
+44 (0) 1473 746175
 
www.fredolsencruises.com
www.bortonoverseas.com
 
Balmoral (formerly Crown Odyssey and Norwegian Crown): entered service in 1988; 34,242 GRT; 614 x 92.5 feet; 1,350-passenger capacity; 710 cabins; Norwegian officers, British cruise staff, and Filipino crew; cruises Mediterranean, Baltic, Canary Islands, and Norway from the United Kingdom (Category C-not rated).

Black Watch (formerly Royal Viking Star): entered service in 1972; renovated in 1998 and 2009; 28,492 GRT; 630 x 83 feet; 804-passenger capacity; 423 cabins; Norwegian officers, British cruise staff, and Filipino crew; cruises North Sea, Baltic, Canary Islands, and around South America (Category C/D-not rated).

Boudicca (formerly Royal Viking Sky, Superstar Capricorn, Birka Queen, and Grand Latino): entered service in 1973; 25,000 GRT; 593 x 84 feet; 880-passenger capacity; 462 cabins; Norwegian officers, British cruise staff, and Filipino crew; cruises Canary Islands, Mediterranean, and North Sea (Category C-not rated).

Braemar (formerly Crown Dynasty and Norwegian Dynasty): entered service in 1993; renovated in 2001 and 2009; 19,089 GRT; 537 x 74 feet; 880-passenger capacity; 484 cabins; Norwegian officers, British cruise staff, and Filipino crew; cruises North Sea, Baltic, Canary Islands, and Caribbean (Category C-not rated).
 
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