P&O Cruises has introduced its envisioned deployment and phased re-get started strategy for the remainder of 2021 and into early 2022.
Britannia will get started the planned western Mediterranean itineraries on September 25th and Iona will begin her Atlantic coast holidays from the exact same day.
These cruises will follow the series of Uk coastal cruises beginning in June this 12 months.
Ventura’s very first cruises will be the planned programme of Atlantic islands holiday seasons from Oct 3rd.
Next the Mediterranean time, operating right until Oct, Britannia will reposition to the Caribbean for her winter season year as scheduled, followed by Azura which will begin Caribbean fly/cruises somewhat later on than posted from December 10th.
P&O Cruises president, Paul Ludlow, reported: “We are quite much searching ahead to receiving Britannia and Iona again to sea for the collection of British isles coastal cruises – staycations at their ideal – which are undoubtedly proving extremely well-known and then commencing our worldwide re-commence as we section in each of the other ships.
“As we know the United kingdom federal government has produced a targeted visitors light-weight technique for vacations abroad this summertime.
“The existing scenario signifies that although regrettably there will be a quantity of cancellations of itineraries on some ships, we are looking in advance and arranging for the foreseeable future with vigour.
The length and complexity of Arcadia and Aurora’s planned extensive-haul cruises from January following year has pressured their cancellation and these two ships will not start sailing till up coming yr.
However, a alternative itinerary for Aurora, with wintertime sunlight appeal, will be announced shortly.