Cunard delays Queen Victoria return

Monday, Feb 21, 2022 0

 

Cunard Line is delaying the return to service of ship Queen Victoria.

The ship was originally scheduled to return in April sailing from Southampton.

Queen Victoria will now return to service on June 5, 2022 due to spending longer in the Caribbean than originally planned before entering dry-dock.

Five voyages have been cancelled.

Guests booked on those cruises can choose to apply for a full refund, or take a Future Cruise Credit of 110% of the value.

The FCC is valid on any Cunard sailing in 2022 and 2023.



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