Hurtigruten ‘in talks with government’ over UK cruise plans

Hurtigruten has confirmed it is in discussions with the UK government over plans to operate a series of short-break itineraries around the British Isles following the FCO’s updated advice against all cruise travel. The line also said its plans to run the series of cruises in September were “underpinned by a flexible booking policy toContinue reading “Hurtigruten ‘in talks with government’ over UK cruise plans”

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Princess Cruises abandons summer sailings

Worldwide coronavirus travel restrictions have forced Princess Cruises to abandon sailings for the remaining summer season. The line, at the centre of controversy over Covid-19 outbreaks on a number of ships, has extended its pause in global operations from June 30 – the date new ship Enchanted Princess had been due to be named inContinue reading “Princess Cruises abandons summer sailings”

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Royal Caribbean boss says numbers ‘likely to be restricted’ when cruising restarts

Cruise ships are likely to be restricted to carrying fewer guests to allow for “more natural space” when cruising first re-starts after the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the boss of Royal Caribbean UK. Speaking at the line’s first ‘Café Royal’ webinar for trade partners, vice president EMEA Ben Bouldin said that as well as enforcedContinue reading “Royal Caribbean boss says numbers ‘likely to be restricted’ when cruising restarts”

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