Has a government minister just announced the return of cruising from 17 May? We think so.

According to various reports, minister for maritime, Robert Courts, has announced that an All Party Parliamentary Maritime and Group (APPMPG) meeting on 8 March has suggested the date for a UK and no-fly cruise restart. We understand that this has also been updated with an exciting statement from CLIA, that welcomes the news.

This potentially exciting news currently lack more detailed information and we have not seen an update specifically by Mr Courts but we are waiting to see further news. Following a series of new no-fly voyages for 2021 that have been announced recently by P&O Cruises, Princess Cruises and smaller lines like Tradewind Voyages, we expect more positive news to follow soon, but it certainly looks like no-fly cruises will be leading the way back.

 

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