Barbados to Southampton Cruise
|7||Panama Canal, Panama|
|10||Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica|
|20||Nuka Hiva, Marquesas Islands|
|22||Rangiroa, Tuamotu Archipelago|
|24||Bora, Bora French Polynesia|
|28||Crossing the Int. Date Line|
|29||Nuka Alofa, Tonga|
|32||Mystery Island, Vanuatu|
|83||Cruising the Suez Canal|
|87||Cruise Straits of Messina|
|93||La Coruna, Spain|
Originally built for the legendary Royal Viking Line, Black Watch has a deep draught and hull shape that combines to make her an excellent sea boat. At only 28,000 tons, she fosters an air of intimate relaxation and folds in markedly good food and service into the bargain.
In keeping with Fred Olsen Cruise Line's unique style, the open decks are spacious and wide, while the interior flow through the ship is easy and the décor overall is pleasing on the eye. The ship displays her heritage- that of the Black Watch regiment- in numerous badges and memorials through the ship. Tartan carpets in many public rooms give her a distinct Scottish feel.
She boasts many comfortable lounging areas, including a spectacular upper deck observation lounge, plus a range of both formal and casual eateries. Main dining at night is retained at two sittings, which many passengers prefer.
The atmosphere onboard is relaxed and unhurried, with little of the glitz and glam of the mega ships. Open deck areas are expansive and immaculate, with some wonderful stern facing terraces that create a ‘real ship’ feel throughout.
Black Watch neatly treads the high wire between intimate and expansive with considerable style and aplomb. Warm rather than wondrous, she is a comfortable base and a welcoming sight at day’s end ashore.
Black Watch Accommodation
Black Watch has twenty different grades of inside and outside cabins, balcony cabins, and suites. All have shower and WC. Individual types are as defined below.
Black Watch Entertainment
Black Watch Facilities
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