The company informs that all customers whose reservations are affected by the measure can modify them with a discount of 10% of the total value of your original reservation, receive a voucher for up to 110% of the cost of the trip or claim a refund, according to British media.
It so happens that the Foreign Office still maintains its advice to the British not to make transoceanic cruises due to the risk of contagion by coronavirus
MSC Cruises converted at the beginning of the month on the first major cruise line to relaunch the routes, although they are only available for passengers from countries of the Schengen area, so British citizens are banned from these trips. (See MSC Cruises starts sailing from Italy on August 16).
TUI announced in mid-June that it planned to rgradually resume your cruise business after having implemented comprehensive health protocols and safety on board their boats. In this way, it planned to reestablish operations first with short cruises, of three or four days.
The next step was to launch additional longer routes, depending on the reopening of other ports. “Hapag-Lloyd Cruises also plans to return service this summer. We hope Marella will follow later when British guidelines are relaxed,” it explained in that statement.