Fred Olsen Cruises' Balmoral to Sail a Special New England, Canada, New York, Bermuda and More in September 2023 From Southampton England.

Fred Olsen's Balmoral to Sail a Special New England, Canada, New York, Bermuda and others in September 2023 Norwegian Cruise Line ex Norwegian Crown and Royal Cruise Line's Crown Odyssey
Fred Olsen's Balmoral to Sail a Special New England, Canada, New York, Bermuda and others in September 2023

Fred Olsen Lines has announced a new 2023 cruise featuring the northeast US, including a call in New York City and stops in Canda, New England, Bermuda and more. An interesting aspect of this cruise is that the cruise is expected to head-up the Hudson River giving cruise passengers a first hand look at the Hudson River's fall colors..

Here is what Fred Olsen Said about the cruise in a special announcement.

We’re delighted to announce that today we’ve released a new exciting voyage of American Waterways & Canada in the Fall! This is your first chance to book.

This 34-night sailing on board Balmoral is the first launch from our forthcoming 2023 program. We’ve created an attraction-packed itinerary and we hope you’re as excited as we are.
Departing Southampton, your first four stops will be along Canada’s rugged Eastern Seaboard, perfectly timed for you to experience the famous ‘fall’. We’ve planned highlights to include an overnight stay in New York – with a maiden sailing of the size-restricted Hudson River and a sailing by the Statue of Liberty – as well as stops at Boston and Portland. And calls at Bermuda & the Azores will add a spot of sun-kissed relaxation too.

American Waterways & Canada in the Fall

From Southampton • Balmoral • 34 nights • 26th September 2023 • L2323

Cruising Highlights:

St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada (overnight) • Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada • Halifax, Nova Scotia,  Canada (overnight) • Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada • Portland, ME, USA • Boston, MA, USA • Cruising the Cape Cod Canal, USA • Cruising by the Statue of Liberty • New York, USA (overnight) • Cruising the Hudson River • Cruising the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal • Baltimore, USA • Hamilton, Bermuda • Ponta Delgada, Portugal • La Coruña, Spain

The Balmoral is no stranger to New York. Originally built as the Crown Odyssey for Royal Cruise Line, The Ship sailed  from New York to Bermuda as the Norwegian Crown for at least 1 season before being sold to Fred Olsen in 2007.
The 43,537 ton ship has an overall length 716 feet, a beam of 97.75 feet and a draught of 22.3 feet.


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