Sir Bobby Robson Foundation Cruise - Price Update
Wednesday, 24th Apr 2013 12:28
Fred Olsen Cruise Lines are staging the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation Cruise this June featuring George Burley, John Wark, Allan Hunter and Bryan Hamilton and other stars of his Town teams, while Lady Elsie Robson has been confirmed as the guest of honour.
Join Black Watch on June 15th for this exclusive three-night cruise to Amsterdam from Harwich, the closest cruise port to Town, visiting vibrant Amsterdam with an all-day and late-night stay. Black Watch then visits Newcastle, Sir Bobby’s home town.
The mini-break links the supporters and communities of Ipswich and Newcastle and the two statues of Sir Bobby Robson which stand proudly outside the two clubs’ grounds.
By calling at Amsterdam, fans of one of Sir Bobby’s other former clubs, PSV Eindhoven, can also join the cruise.
Fred. Olsen is supporting Sir Bobby’s cancer charity, The Sir Bobby Robson Foundation and will be hosting dedicated fundraising activities on board Black Watch throughout the cruise.
Cruise Ship – Black Watch
Free one-way coach transfer between Harwich and Newcastle or vice versa
Prices include all meals, accommodation and entertainment on board and lots more.
For full details and to book, visit the Ocean World Travel website here.
Pre – Ipswich: Stadium tour
Post – Newcastle: Stadium tour
19.00 hours: Coach arrives Tesco, Copdock, Ipswich##
Cost: £35.00 per person
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