CRUISE companies have been hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic and are desperate to get bookings in from travellers once ships can start sailing again.
As a result, there are some great deals available to all manner of destinations in 2022 and 2023, including Europe, the Caribbean and Asia.
Right now, you can find offers from the likes of Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruises, Iglu Cruise and Imagine Cruising.
Dates for the individual cruises vary but there are deals on trips running from the beginning of 2022 through into 2023.
Some of the best deals are:
- 18-night Hawaii Cruise & Vegas Stay from £1,599
- 10-night All-inclusive Barbados Stay & Caribbean cruise from £1,499
- 14-night All-inclusive Southeast Asia cruise from £1,799
- 11-night No Fly Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, Spain & Gibraltar from £3,799
- 16-night The Calgary Stampede, Alaska Cruise & Rocky Mountaineer Tour from £3,349pp
- 12-night Tokyo & Japan’s Spring Blossoms from £1,849pp
- 7-night Norwegian Fjords from £579pp
- 10-night Eastern Mediterranean with FREE Venice Stay from £799pp
- 10-night Escape to Greece, Italy & Malta from £1,599pp
The cheapest deal is for a seven-night Norwegian Fjords cruise from £579pp.
Foreign travel is currently banned and several ministers have cast doubt on whether it will open up in time for the summer, with cruises likely to be among the last sectors given the go ahead.
But there is significant hope that borders could open up in the autumn, alongside a third booster vaccine for the elderly and vulnerable.
It’s worth checking what their policy is on cancellations due to Covid with your cruise provider before booking
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