MS Braemar is a cruise ship operated by with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines. The 192 m long ship has 7 public decks and 484 cabins. The public rooms are finished with polished wood and brass fittings, with elegant lighting. A highlight of the ship is the five-deck high atrium. The ship was extended in 2009 with the addition of extra cabins, lounges and swimming pools.
The ship was built in 1993 at Union Navale de Levante in Valencia. She entered service for Crown Cruise Line in 1993 with they name of Crown Dynasty. She was acquired by Majesty Cruise Line in 1997 and renamed Crown Majesty. Later that same year she was transferred again to Norwegian Cruise Line, who named her Norwegian Dynasty. In 1999 she was taken over by Commodore Cruise Line who renamed back to her original name of Crown Dynasty. Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines bought the ship in 2001, and renamed it to Braemar.
Dining options include the Palms Cafe, the main Thistle Restaurant and the Grampian Restaurant.
There are a number of lounges and bars including the Braemar Room, Lido Bar, Coral Club, Pool Bar, Neptune Lounge, the Observatory Lounge and the Skylark Club. Other sport and recreation facilities include fitness centre, swimming pools, spa, crafts room, card room, golf nets and library.
Braemar has 484 cabins including the following types:
Deluxe Balcony Cabin
Large Superior Outside Twin
Single Balcony Suite
Single Inside Cabin
Single Outside Cabin
Superior Balcony Cabin
Superior Single Outside Cabin
Superior Twin Outside Cabin
Twin Inside Cabin
Twin Outside Cabin
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Balmoral (Fred Olsen Cruise Lines)
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|Operator:||Fred Olsen Cruise Lines|
|Built by:||Union Navale de Levante, Valencia|