Built in 1973, The Fred Olsen Boudicca Cruise Ship has a long history, sailing under 6 different names for various cruise companies. After the ship was bought by Fred Olsen, a full refurbishment was undertaken in 2005. The medium sized ship now has the capacity to carry around 900 passengers and 320 crew members offering a comfortable and spacious environment for enjoyable sea travel. The Boudicca is now based in Liverpool, UK where it offers Mediterranean, Baltic, Norway and Scandinavian cruises.
What’s The Food Like On Fred Olsen Boudicca?
Since the refurbishment in 2005, Boudicca now boasts an extensive choice of restaurants, cafes and bars where guests can experience a variety of dishes, including seafood, pasta, pizza, steak dishes and oriental cuisine. There are a choice of 3 formal dining rooms, The Tintagel, 4 Seasons Restaurant and The Heligan Room. For snacks and informal dining, guests can visit the oriental styled Secret Garden Cafe or The Marquee Bar which offers freshly made kebabs, burgers, fries and drinks on the outdoor patio.
Pampering Yourself On Boudicca
With a health spa, beauty saloon, sauna and steam rooms and fitness centre, guests will have plenty of opportunity to indulge in a little pampering. Open daily, The Atlantis Spa offers various massages, facials and acupuncture treatments. The beauty saloon offers hair cuts, colouring, styling, manicures and pedicures for both men and women. The extensive fitness centre with treadmills, exercise bikes, rowing machines and weights is a great way to burn some calories whilst enjoying the stunning views from the window. Trained fitness instructors are constantly on hand to offer advice or provide one to one training programs.
Entertainment On-board Boudicca
Boudicca has some of the best entertainment on offer with nightly shows, cabarets, and live music in various bars and lounges. The Neptune bar is the main show lounge with a stage and dance floor for all types of shows, music and dancing. The Lido lounge has regular cabaret shows, whereas the stunning Observatory Lounge is popular with passengers for socialising and relaxing, whilst enjoying breathtaking views across the ocean. There is also a card room and gaming table where guests can have little flutter on Black Jack and Roulette.
In the day time the 2 pools and 2 Jacuzzi are a great way to relax and the helpful pool bar staff are always on hand to provide tasty snacks and refreshing drinks throughout the day. When lazing around the pool becomes too much for you, why not head for a walk along the promenade or take advantage of the duty free shopping. Visit the Boutique for clothes, perfumes and accessories, The Jewelry Shop and The Port shop, which stocks all holiday essentials, like sun cream, batteries, films, magazines and much more.Fred Olsen Boudicca,