P&O Cruises has announced that it will now offer a series of short break and week-long no-fly cruises this summer, being promoted as “the ultimate escape” staycation. The cruises will go on sale later this month.

The major UK-based cruise line has taken comfort from recent Government announcements and the successful vaccine programme in making the new programme a reality. No-fly cruises around the UK and using UK ports are seen as the sensible approach in a more general return to global cruising.

The no-fly cruises will all depart from P&O Cruises’ home port of Southampton and sail around UK coastal waters enjoying the anticipated summer sunshine. More details of dates, prices and the experience on board will be announced later this month, and bookings will be protected with flexible options.

The team at NoFlyCruises expect this announcement to be one of many regarding increased no-fly cruising in 2021.

The cruise line assures that is is in “very close contact with the UK Government and associated bodies” to ensure a smooth restart to operations, no small job. Any booked guests whose cruises have been cancelled will automatically receive a Future Cruise Credit worth 125% of what they paid, the cruise line advises. Alternatively, 100% refund is available.


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