CroisiEurope restaritng European cruises
CroisiEurope will gradually restart European river, canal and ocean cruises starting early next month.
River and ocean cruises resume in June while cruises on the French canals will resume in July.
It begins on the Douro from 7 June with cruises on the Gironde and the Seine following in late June.
Rhine, Rhone and Danube itineraries are scheduled to resume in early July.
It will restart ocean itineraries in Croatia and Corsica on 10 June and 4 July respectively.
John Fair, UK sales director for CroisiEurope, said: “We know that our guests are desperate to get back onboard so I’m sure they will be as excited as we are about our planned restart. The entire CroisiEurope team has worked tirelessly to ensure the success of this restart.”
Until 31 August, all cruises qualify for CroisiEurope’s flexible booking conditions which include a full refund should the cruise be cancelled by CroisiEurope and moving a booking free of charge to any other departure in 2021 or 2022 more than 30 days prior to departure.
The company is deploying its ‘Test & Board’ measures, with guests requiring proof of vaccination or a negative PCR or rapid antigen test prior on embarkation.
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