We remarked on a cruise-staycation concept back in August 2020, but we could not have imagined that it would be playing such an important part in the global relaunch of cruising.

Back in August 2020, the team at NoFlyCruises talked about the cruise ‘staycation’ in our blog titled ‘Yes you can ‘Staycation’ on a stunning cruise ship!’

Little did we know at the time, that eight months later, after a vaccine had been developed and hope had started to return, that this concept would have become global news and adopted strategy for many lines. Also marking a resurgence of cruising from UK ports and firmly establishing the domestic, no-fly cruise as something of a renaissance.

Princess Cruises, P&O cruises, Viking, Tradewind Voyages and Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines (and others no doubt before this item is published), have all reworked their 2021 programmes to offer a brand-new season of cruising from UK ports, for UK guests, to UK ports. And without the need to fly, of course.

The summer staycation of no-fly cruises from UK ports is very much here and we cannot wait to see the first ship slip out of port to the fanfare that it deserves!

Oh, and we think it’s fair to say, you heard it here first!


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