"we had taken a lot of trouble in selecting the cabin we did and for good reason
d) Another issue was that the bath (much needed) was deep and proved impossible for one of us (5' 4") to get in or out so spent the week un-showered and un-bathed.We found that the company very poor in addressing issues that arise with those of limited mobility and hidden disabilities
a) Having travelled 90 miles in searing heat, apparently we arrived 20 minutes before a set time of 11...."Read More
1-3 of 3 Liverpool to Baltic Sea Fred. Olsen Borealis Cruise Reviews
We chose the cruise as it was easier for us to reach Liverpool and was less likely to be affected by an increase in Covid infections
The ship itself is very well refurbished from Holland America line. It is excellently appointed and did not disappoint in this regard. For health reasons we selected using the Freedom fare, a Premier Suite close to a lift and friends. We have mobility issues and ...
The new embarkation system due to COVID worked well (as described on the Liverpool Cruise terminal Website) and we moved on to the ship in about an hour. Perhaps too quickly as I timed our wait after the covid test was performed until we were sent to the shuttle coaches and it was exactly 20 minutes, rather than the 30 minutes normally advised by the NHS to get an accurate result for the lateral ...
This was our first Fred Olsen cruise and we were looking forward to being on what was the third cruise on the new to Fred Olsen ship Borealis, previously Holland America Rotterdam, age around 25 years.
Originally scheduled to visit Scotland , itinerary was changed to the Scilly Isles and Portsmouth setting off from Liverpool. Embarkation was from the Liverpool ACC centre where Covid testing ...