(3:15 p.m. BST) -- Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is giving passengers a free all-inclusive upgrade on more than 75 ex-U.K. sailings in the 2020/21 cruise season. The perk includes house wines by the glass, as well as selected beers, spirits and soft drinks.
The upgrade will be available on sailings to the Baltic and Norwegian fjords plus warm weather European destinations.
Jackie Martin, sales and marketing director at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said: "This incentive is perfect for those who prefer not to fly. In addition to a hassle-free, no-fly departure, guests can sit back, relax and enjoy the many drinks on offer as part of this all-inclusive upgrade, without having to worry about a bar bill to settle at the end of their holiday.
"Plus, with 75 varied itineraries included, from five-night breaks to the stunning Norwegian fjords, to longer, 16-night breaks to Greenland and the Canary Islands, there is sure to be something to suit everyone."
Eligible voyages include the following:
- Canaries and Portugal cruise: 14-night round-trip Liverpool sailing on Black Watch timed to coincide with Funchal's annual Flower Parade departing 28 April, 2020.
- Waterways & Cities of Holland and Belgium: Seven-night round-trip Dover itinerary on Boudicca departing 18 May, 2020, and taking in Antwerp, Ghent, Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
- Baltic Capitals: 14-night round-trip Edinburgh (Rosyth) itinerary on Balmoral departing 8 June, 2020, and visiting Copenhagen, St Petersburg and Stockholm.
- Springtime in fjordland: Eight-night round-trip Southampton sailing on Braemar departing 1 April, 2021, with calls including Stavanger, Eidfjord, Olden and Bergen.
The offer is available on cruises from April 2020 and May 2021 booked by 31 October, 2019.