Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
About This Line
If you have cruised with Fred. Olsen within the past five years, you have automatically become an Oceans Club member. If you have not yet taken your first Fred. Olsen cruise, then you will automatically be given a membership upon return from your first trip. You will be issued a membership card with your individual six-digit membership number that you should use when making future cruise bookings to enjoy special benefits.
One cruise point is awarded for every night spent on board cruises that have departed since January 1, 2000. As more cruise points are earned, you will automatically be upgraded to the next level of membership.
Blue Level (1–30 points) receives a Membership Card; 5% advance-booking discount for reservations made at least six months in advance of departure date; advance notice of next season’s cruises; advance registration service; an "Introduce a Friend" reward scheme; Cruiselines newsletter; an onboard representative; a dedicated section of the Fred. Olsen website; and a dedicated email address to the Oceans Club Administrator.
Silver Level (31–100 points) receives all Blue Level benefits, plus Oceans Cocktail Party; 5% discount on onboard charges; and 5% discount off Flagship Golf packages.
Gold Level (over 100 points) receives all Blue and Silver Level benefits, plus a welcome aboard gift; personalized luggage labels; priority embarkation at UK ports; a dedicated telephone line to the Oceans Club Administrator; complimentary shuttle-bus pass; and 5% discount off shore tours booked prior to departure.
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