Welcome to Denmark
Onboard Fred. Olsen – Braemar
Hays Cruise Extras
  • Free door-to-door transfers
Why book…
  • Explore Denmark – one of the world’s most welcoming and fascinating countries – aboard Braemar
  • Aabenraa will welcome you with open arms, this charming coastal city
  • Enjoy the traditional Viking displays on the quayside in Hundested
Overview Itinerary
The Ship
Fred. Olsen's stunning Braemar ship offers a remarkable balance of relaxation and activity. This intimate ship is served by a devoted crew of approximately 370, with plenty of leisure facilities and lively venues to create an unforgettable sociable atmosphere. Braemar features an assortment of delicious cuisines throughout its casual and formal dining venues. For a sophisticated affair, there are the elegant Gala Dinner events at The Thistle Restaurant. Add some variety with a buffet featuring worldwide cuisines or a mouth-watering lunch on the sun terrace. Then again, you could always savour a speciality hot drink and sweet treat at the coffee and chocolate cafe! During days at sea, you can take a dip in the swimming pool, sunbathe on a lounger, unwind in a hot tub, and enjoy afternoon tea at Coral Club. You also have a library, as well as a spa that offers professional massages, facials, and reflexology sessions. For active guests, there are golf nets, arts and crafts sessions, and walks along the scenic promenade — perfect for a moonlit meander or sunny stroll. You can even treat yourself to some duty-free shopping at the ship's designer boutiques, too. Braemar comes alive with dazzling shows and live music in the evening. Head to Neptune Lounge for cabarets, Observatory Lounge for panoramic views, or Morning Light Pub for beers, wines and live bands. Personal, friendly and welcoming perfectly describe Braemar's atmosphere. With much easier access to shorelines and a mix of contemporary facilities on board, this ship is sure to give you a memorable cruise experience.

Food
There are casual and fine dining venues to choose from on Braemar. The Thistle Restaurant features ocean views, a varied a la carte menu, and elegant Gala Dinner evenings. Grampian Restaurant offers a sophisticated dining setting, while Palms Cafe serves casual buffets of international cuisines. For al fresco light bites including chicken, burgers, pizzas, ice creams, and fish and chips, try Marquee Bar. Go to The Grill for beef and onion pie, chicken Caesar salad and blueberry cheesecake at lunchtime, as well as succulent steaks and tasty panna cotta for dinner. A menu of teas, mochas, lattes, and espressos are on offer at The Bookmark Cafe — you can treat yourself to its range of luxury chocolates including pralines and champagne truffles, too.

Drink
While cruising on Braemar, Coral Club is the place to go for afternoon tea and entertainment day or night. Lido Bar offers a relaxing atmosphere and refreshments on the terrace, while Observatory Lounge features panoramic views, piano music and tasty beverages. Head to Neptune Lounge for dazzling entertainment and a large choice of alcoholic and soft drinks. If you fancy a traditional British tavern environment, there's the lively Morning Light Pub. For sangria, cocktails, beers, lagers, ciders, wines, and soft drinks beside the pool, you have the stylish Marquee Pool Bar.

Entertainment
For entertainment, take part in creative activities at the arts and crafts room or join in yoga, Pilates and fitness classes at the gym. Evenings bring an amazing variety of music, cabarets and dances to the glamorous Neptune Lounge. Coral Club features lively dance songs, bands and acts at night, as well as daytime games of bingo. Have fun at the parties held at Lido Bar, enjoy the comedy acts in Morning Light Pub and relax with piano music at Observatory Lounge. There's something to suit everyone on Braemar.
Day 1: Southampton, UK
Arrive at Southampton where you will board Fred Olsen’s Braemar and set sail onwards to Denmark.
Day 2: At Sea
Day 3: Kiel Canal Transit
The Kiel Canal in Germany is the world's busiest waterway. This impressive 98km stretch of freshwater canal starts at Brunsbuttel and runs through Schleswig-Holstein to Kiel-Holtenau, linking the North Sea with the Baltic Sea. The Kiel Canal is the basis for trade between the Baltic countries and the rest of the world.
Day 4: Aabenraa, Denmark
The historic market town of Aabenraa sits at the head of the Aabenraa Fjord in Denmark. Stroll around the town centre and admire St Nikolai Church and stop by Postmestergarden and the adjacent house. Pay a visit to the Brundlund Slot Art Museum at Brundlund Castle and explore the WWII Froslev internment camp in nearby Padborg. Take a Watchman Tour to gain a unique insight into Aabenraa’s fascinating history.
Day 5: Hundestead, Denmark
The town of Hundested is situated to the north of Zealand Island in eastern Denmark. Discover the area's Viking history at The Danish Viking Museum, enjoy a guided tour of the Ecological Village Dyssekilde, and explore the life of the famous Arctic explorer at Knud Rasmussens Hus. Admire the sand sculptures at Sandskuturer i Hundested and discover the world of glassmaking at Glassmedjen. Venture further afield and visit Frederiksborg Castle and Fredensborg Palace or hop on a ferry to the quaint town of Roervig.
Day 6: Ronne, Denmark
Day 7: Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark's capital city, is your next port of call. Ride the old-style amusement rides at Tivoli Gardens or get up close to colourful marine life at National Aquarium Denmark. Shop 'til you drop along the world's longest pedestrian shopping street - Strøget. A tour of the Carlsberg Brewery is a popular choice or enjoy family-fun at Dyrehavsbakken amusement park. Kronborg Castle and Christiansborg Palace on Slotsholmen Island are a must-see for culture fans. If you fancy something different, why not head out to the workshops, galleries and organic eateries at Freetown Christiania? No trip to Copenhagen would be complete without a photo opportunity at the world-famous Little Mermaid statue.
Day 8: Fredericia, Denmark
Nestling on the Jutland peninsula, Fredericia was founded in 1650 by King Frederik III, after whom it is named. Admire the Landsoldaten (The Foot Soldier) statue at the entrance to the city and the Det Hvide Vandtam (White Watertower) atop the ancient city walls that encircle the Old Town. While away a few hours on the Osterstrand blue-flag beach, or have fun at Madsby Play Park. Visit Den Historiske Miniby to see a miniature but lifelike copy of Fredericia in the year 1849 or enjoy a leisurely stroll through Fredericia Vold. Take a drive out to the historic town of Ribe; cross the Little Belt Suspension Bridge to explore the Funen Island countryside; or visit the popular Legoland Billund Resort.
Day 9: Kiel Canal Transit, Germany
The Kiel Canal in Germany is the world's busiest waterway. This impressive 98km stretch of freshwater canal starts at Brunsbuttel and runs through Schleswig-Holstein to Kiel-Holtenau, linking the North Sea with the Baltic Sea. The Kiel Canal is the basis for trade between the Baltic countries and the rest of the world.
Day 10: At sea
Day 11: Southampton, UK
Disembark at Southampton and make your way home.
To book call 0800 408 4229 or Enquire online
Fares are per person, based on twin occupancy of the lead-in twin room, subject to availability. Offers may be amended or withdrawn at any time without prior notice, are subject to availability & cannot be applied retrospectively. All bookings are subject to Fred. Olsen's standard terms & conditions, available on their website & on request. Some ports may be at anchor, intermediate days are at sea. FOCL reserve the right to amend itineraries for operational reasons. E&OE.
Price per person from only
£1299
June 2019 - 10 Nights - Sailing from Southampton Port
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