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Braemar - FOCL

Braemar - FOCL

SUPPLIER: Triton Cape Sea Travel
MS Braemar has sailed under several names before it found it’s newest home with Fred Olsen Cruise Lines. Today, the ship operates cruises in Spain’s Atlantic islands – Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the Canary Islands, among others, as well as cruises to Scandinavia and northern Europe…

Tonnage: 24 344
Number of passengers: 929
Number of crew: 371
MS Braemar has at least 21 different types of cabins, ranging from Twin and Single Cabins to Balcony Suites.
  • Single Cabins: 40 to 43 sqm cabins including a bathroom with shower and interactive television.
  • Inside Cabins: 40 sqm twin cabins including a bathroom with shower and interactive television.
  • Outside Cabins: Ranging in size from 40 to 53 sqm, outside cabins have a bathroom with a shower, interactive television and some have two movable beds that convert in to a double bed on request.
  • Balcony Cabins: Deluxe Balcony Cabins are about 68 sqm, while Superior Balcony Cabins are about 58 sqm and Superior Single Balcony Cabins are about 43 sqm. These have a cabin with balcony, bathroom with shower (Deluxe Balcony Cabins may also have a bathtub and/or shower) and interactive television.
Inside Cabin
Braemar - FOCL

Braemar - FOCL

SUPPLIER: Triton Cape Sea Travel
Expect British tradition that appeals to an older cruise set when travelling aboard MS Braemar. You’ll enjoy a friendly, familiar environment that attracts a high percentage of repeat cruisers who enjoy its light, airy décor and elegant facilities.

MS Braemar has eight public decks and an impressive five-deck atrium around which many of the ship’s facilities are located, including the main Thistle Restaurant, the fitness centre, Palms Café and Coral Club, a lounge with dance floor, cabaret, morning quizzes and bingo.  The Lounge Deck offers the supper-club-style Neptune Lounge with stage and dance floor, the Scottish-themed Morning Light Pub and the Braemar Room with a library and Internet room. There’s also the Skylark Club and the sophisticated Observatory Lounge offering excellent views of the sea. A fitness centre and health and beauty salon are located on the third deck and an on-board and self-service laundry service and facility. For those annoying trips to the doctor, there’s an onboard medical centre with qualified medical staff. The ship facilities generally do not cater to children as most of the passengers are older, although there are children’s programmes, including cookie and pizza making activities, on board should you be sailing during school holidays.
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