In a similar way to Balmoral, Braemar and Black Watch; Boudicca focuses on providing an intimate and friendly atmosphere on a ship that is far smaller than the monstrous liners we often see today. With little more than eight hundred and fifty passengers on board you will find it a lot easier to relax and won’t have to worry about joining long queues for the on board facilities.
The ship is named after the legendary queen of the Iceni tribe who was a hero to the British people of her day. With this name emblazoned across her body, she proudly sails from a wide range of UK ports and allows passionate cruisers to enjoy a holiday that is filled with great customer service, excellent food and, of course, beautiful destinations along the way.
With three swimming pools and two Jacuzzis there are plenty of places to cool off when the sun gets too hot. But if you would rather do this without getting wet, there is also a great selection of places where you can enjoy a refreshingly cold cocktail. With final destinations such as the Azores and Madeira on the horizon you may be tempted to wish your time away until you get there. But the excellent facilities and service found on board Boudicca will have you relishing every second of your journey.
In early 2018, Boudicca was given a makeover as part of a fleetwide refurbishment. Amongst other changes, the Heligan Room was turned into the brand new Indian Ocean Restaurant.