Braemar is full of sophistication and timeless elegance, with personal friendly service to cater to your every need. From learning your name and favourite tipple, to how you prefer your steak to be cooked, the staff onboard deliver everything with a friendly smile.
With a fine selection of restaurants, bars and lounges, offering a wonderful range of delicious cuisine, as well as a wide range of beers, wines and spirits, you'll be spoilt for choice. Head to the Observatory Lounge to relax and watch the scenery, the Marquee poolside bar to soak up the sunshine with a drink, and finish off at the Neptune Lounge to take in a show.
If you're hoping to get in shape while you're away, there's also a fully equipped gym, so your days on board can be as active or relaxing as you wish.
Braemar offers everything from elegant, formal dining to the more casual buffet-style, but all delivered to a high standard.
For those wishing to dine in style, the main Thistle or Grampian Restaurants offer top quality cuisine in an intimate setting. For those wishing to take a more laid-back meal, the Palms Café offers a delicious buffet for you to help yourself, while The Grill allows you to enjoy perfectly cooked steaks and seafood, in an alfresco setting.
Onboard Braemar, there's always something to do, whether it's interesting talks and lectures or brain-teasing quizzes.
The main entertainment venue is the Neptune Lounge, which has everything from live singers and dancers to hilarious comedians. For those who wish to dance the night away, the Coral club is definitely for you, while the Observatory Lounge offers the perfect place to relax with your favourite tipple as you watch the views pass you by.
Those wishing to relax and unwind will find plenty of places to do so, including the heated pools and sun loungers on deck or the quiet ambience of the library.
If you're feeling a little more active, the fully equipped gym is definitely the place for you, or if you're feeling like a little pampering session, visit the Atlantis Spa, which has a Sauna and Steamroom.
Out on deck you can take a stroll along the promenade, as you feel the wind whip through your hair. Soak up the sunshine on one of the loungers or take a dip in the pool, as you breathe in the sea air and ever-changing scenery.
The Olsen family business can be traced back to 1848. A young shipmaster called Fredrik Christian Olsen (known as First Fred. Olsen) entered ship owning. His earliest vessels were wooden schooners of little more than 50 gross tones.
Today customers return time after time, and now in the fifth generation of the family, it's clear they've mastered skills needed to provide unforgettable holidays.
Gross Tonnage: 24,344
Passenger Capacity: 929
Cruising Speed: 17.0 Knots
Passenger Decks: 7
Stabilised & Air Conditioned
Officers and Crew: 371
Cruise Staff and Entertainers: British & International