Black Watch To Undergo Repairs

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ 28,613 tonne cruise ship, Black Watch is currently on route to El Ferrol, Spain, where the vessel is due to arrive on Saturday, July 9.

The ship is expected to collect supplies and undergo a further assessment, following on from the fire which broke out on board last week. Black Watch will then be setting sail for London, Tilbury for further repair work to be carried out.

Before the fire on board, the ship was scheduled to depart London, Tilbury today on an 9-night cruise to Norway. Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines have cancelled this cruise and notified all passengers. The next cruise is scheduled to depart on Sunday, July 17.

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Harry Cotterill

Harry Cotterill

Chairman & Artist at Cruise Cotterill
Harry has always had a passion for ships and started drawing and visiting them whilst at school. As Chairman & Artist of his own website, Cruise Cotterilll, he is responsible for producing the countless detailed drawings featured on his website and is very proud to have had them presented aboard so many ships.
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