Boudicca Mini Cruise
I'm getting more and more excited for my 2 night mini cruise on Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines' Bouddica. It's now just one week away! We set sail from Tilbury and will visit Rotterdam before returning back to Tilbury.
This will be the second time Gavin and I have sailed with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, having done a 2 night mini cruise on Braemar earlier this year in April. We enjoyed the experience on Braemar, so are confident we will have a wonderful cruise on Bouddica.
Last month Bouddica went into dry dock at the Lloyd Werft shipyard in Bremerhaven, Germany. During the refurbishment 28 new 'terrace balconies' were added to the ship, on Deck 7. These new cabins extend out 1.2 metres from the ship’s bulkhead, providing guests with an increased choice of cost-effective balcony cabins. Our mini cruise will be the second cruise following the refurbishment, so we will be amongst the first passengers to see the updates.
As some of you might have seen, late last month I completed a drawing of Bouddica and as you've probably guessed, I will indeed be presenting it to the Captain whilst on board. I've been in touch with Fred. OIsen Cruise Lines' public relations team to get it arranged.
Having completed the drawing, I actually had to go back and 'refurbish' the drawing, to include the new red and grey stripe which has been painted on Bouddica's hull. Thankfully I had already included the new terrace balconies as I did my homework!
Following our cruise and return home we will be posting a cruise review with plenty of photographs too! We are also hoping to be able to post to our social media pages during the cruise so be sure to keep a look out on Facebook and Twitter.
For more information please Contact Us on the following details below
Harry Cotterill, Chairman & Artist, Cruise Cotterill
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Harry Cotterill set up his blog when he was just 16-years old, making him one of the youngest cruise bloggers in the world. In later years he became known across the world for his amazing talent of drawing cruise ships!