Cruise To The Future: Bookings Are Now Open For 2021
2021 conjures up images of robot waiters serving cocktails on a cruise through space; of flying taxis, voice-activated champagne dispensers…
Ok, maybe that’s just us. But it does seem far off in the future, doesn’t it?
In fact, the 2021 cruise season is just a little more than two years away, and unless you’re holding out for a trip to Mars, it’s time to start booking!
Open For Booking
Early booking is quite standard for world cruises, and if you want to take one of these special voyages it’s so important to get in at the start to ensure you’ll have your preferred cabin or suite on the cruise of your dreams.
Some shorter 2021 cruises have opened for booking too though, and it’s worth having a look through the hundreds of options available to find that extra-special experience, port, or price.
What’s The Deal?
In addition to having your choice of cruise itineraries and cabins, booking early enables you to lock in low prices.
You can also benefit from fantastic discounted offers and inclusions such as free shore excursions, pre- and post-cruise accommodation, flights, transfers, gratuities, drinks and meals offered by various cruise lines.
Here are just a few of the fabulous 2021 cruises currently available:
· Crystal Cruises’ 26th World Cruise sets sail on 5 January 2021 from Miami.
The full “Ancient Dynasties and World Wonders” voyage is 139 days, but you can also choose to join for shorter segments.
· Greet 2021 in style with Celestyl Cruises’ 7-day itinerary which includes ports in Greece, Turkey, and Egypt. It departs from Athens on 26 December 2020.
· “Navigate The World” will whisk you away for 117 nights on the Regent Seven Seas Mariner – an all-suite luxury ship which accommodates only 700 passengers.
· Cruise the Hawaiian Islands with Norwegian for a week from Honolulu – there are weekly sailings throughout the year.
· Want an adventure without compromising on luxury? Now you can cruise to Antarctica with Silversea or Crystal Cruises!
· Regent Seven Seas offers an incredibly luxurious Japanese cruise – 15 days of elegance and intrigue can be yours to explore in April 2021.
Book Early Without A Worry
None of us knows where we’ll be in 2021 or what will happen between now and then, but that’s no reason to miss out on the cruise of a lifetime. Your cruise insurance is here to help you invest in a dream getaway without worrying about what might (but probably won’t) happen to derail your plans.
You can choose to be covered for up to £100,000 per person for cancellation and curtailment – so it’s easy to tailor your cover, whether you’re cruising around the world or a weekend in the Mediterranean.
All International Cruise Insurance policies also include the following as standard:
· Unlimited medical and medical repatriation expenses
· Cruise Interruption
· Unused Excursions
· Missed Port
· Confinement to Cabin
· Withdrawal of Services
· Money and Passport cover
· Travel Delay and Disruption
· Scheduled Airline Failure
· Natural Catastrophe cover
What if your cruise companion falls ill and can’t make it? Or what if you have to change your plans to look after a non-travelling family member who falls ill? We can provide cover for those situations too! Read more about this here.
Just like your cruise, buying cruise insurance now means that you lock in 2018 prices. You would need to advise us if anything changes with your pre-existing medical conditions, medication or other aspects of your health, or if there are changes to your itinerary, but that should be simple to update if you already have the main policy in place.
You’d effectively have that cover for two years or more – depending on when you purchase it and when your cruise departs – at no extra cost.
With peace of mind and such magical cruise opportunities available, taking advantage of early cruise bookings is a must… 2021, here we come!
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