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MS Braemar

Capacity
924
Crew
371
Tonnage
24,344
Length
195.82 m
First voyage
1993

MS Braemar (formerly Crown Dynasty, Cunard Crown Dynasty, Crown Majesty and Norwegian Dynasty) is a cruise ship, currently operating with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines.

History

The vessel was constructed in 1993 for Crown Cruise Line, as the Crown Dynasty. However, she entered service as the Cunard Crown Dynasty, because the Cunard Line signed an agreement to manage marketing, sales and reservations for Crown Cruise Line. The vessel sailed under this name... Read more

MS Braemar

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
924
Crew: 
371
Tonnage: 
24,344
Length: 
195.82 m
Beam: 
22.52 m
First voyage: 
1993

MS Braemar (formerly Crown Dynasty, Cunard Crown Dynasty, Crown Majesty and Norwegian Dynasty) is a cruise ship, currently operating with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines.

History

The vessel was constructed in 1993 for Crown Cruise Line, as the Crown Dynasty. However, she entered service as the Cunard Crown Dynasty, because the Cunard Line signed an agreement to manage marketing, sales and reservations for Crown Cruise Line. The vessel sailed under this name until 1997, when she was transferred to Majesty Cruise Line, which renamed her Crown Majesty. This only lasted until the end of 1997, when the vessel was transferred again; this time to Norwegian Cruise Line, which renamed her Norwegian Dynasty.

The vessel returned to her original fleet and name in 1999, but was sold to Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines in 2001, where the vessel currently operates under the name Braemar. Her sister ship, originally named the Crown Jewel and now known as Celestyal Nefeli, currently sails for Celestyal Cruises and operates cruises in the Eastern Mediterranean.

When built, the ship had a gross tonnage of 19,089 but it was stretched to its present size by Fred Olsen Lines in 2009.

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Attractions on MS Braemar


Thistle Restaurant

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Located at the stern of the ship on Main Deck 4, The Thistle is Braemar’s largest restaurant. Tastefully decorated in creamy-beige and mocha, the Thistle assumes an air of timeless style and elegan...

Bridge

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Neptune Lounge

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Take your seat in the Neptune Lounge as the sun goes down and experience a glamorous variety of entertainment, music, dance, lights and costumes. The Neptune Lounge is one of Braemar's two show the...

Fitness Centre

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With so much time to relax on board and sumptuous meals to enjoy every day, we know it’s important for you to have somewhere to stay in shape. Braemar’s Fitness Centre – located towards the stern o...

Morning Light Pub

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The Morning Light Pub is like your own local on board Braemar. The Morning Light Pub is decorated in a traditional style, depicting the century and a half of Fred. Olsen history and is the ideal lo...

Observatory

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Set at the forward end of the ship, this lounge allows you a panoramic view of your journey throughout your cruise. The large windows in the Observatory Lounge afford fantastic views which are enha...

Gaming Tables

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Try and beat our experienced Croupiers at the Gaming Tables. Your cruise ship Boudicca includes a gaming area where you may try your hand on the Black Jack table or Roulette wheel. Try and beat our...

Stairs To Upper Sun Deck & Golf Nets

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Relax on the Sun Deck and take in sweeping sea views as you either sunbathe or hone your perfect swing during your cruise on board Braemar. Take some time to yourself in our practice golf nets. You...

Library

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A delightful retreat filled with histories, geographies, biographies, novels, board games, a selection of CDs and DVDs and more. Our library is stocked from floor to ceiling. Relax in the mahogany ...

Paddling Pool

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There’s also a small paddling pool ideal for cooling off after a few hours in the sun and dipping your toes while sipping your favourite drink.