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Fred. Olsen's Balmoral....

Balmoral is Fred Olsen's largest and newest cruise ship, named after the Scottish home of the Royal Family. Still smaller than most cruise ships today, there are 710 cabins and suites and generous public space for the 1,300 guests on board.

The main restaurant is Ballindalloch (named after the Speyside village and castle), while the two other formal restaurants - Avon and Spey - are also in keeping with the Scottish theme and are named after two of Scotland’s most beautiful salmon rivers. There’s a comfy pub with occasional live music or comedy, cabaret and shows in the Neptune Lounge, or drift away with a cool drink and spectacular seascapes in the Observatory Lounge.

- Speed: 18.5 knots
- Beam (width): 28.2m
- Length: 218.18m
- Fully Stabilised: Yes
- Refitted: 2008

All on board spend is in Pound Sterling (GBP)

The Specifics:

  • Cabins: 710
  • Approx cabin sizes (square feet)
  • Inside Cabins : 160
  • Outside Cabins: 165
  • Superior Outside Cabins: 165-200 
  • Suites: between 200-430 sq ft
  • Passengers: 1,350
  • Crew: 510
  • Tonnage: 43,537 grt

  • 4 Restaurants
  • Morning Light pub
  • Card Room, Library & Internet Centre
  • Outdoor pool, Jacuzzi, sunbathing terrace and promenade deck
  • Golf nets and table tennis
  • Fitness Centre, Beauty Salon, 
  • Roulette and Black Jack tables
  • Arts and Crafts room
  • Launderette and Ironing Room

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