Hurtigruten has cancelled a collection of expedition cruises this summer season.
The road stated the choice was as a consequence of worldwide journey restrictions ensuing from the Covid-19 pandemic.
A crusing to the Norwegian fjords and Arctic crusing out of Dover this Sunday has been pulled on the final minute, as have two British Isles voyages which have been scheduled to depart on July 4th and July 18th.
Anthony Daniels, normal supervisor of Hurtigruten Expeditions, EMEA, stated: “We perceive this newest information will disappoint friends who have been trying ahead to exploring the British Isles onboard MS Maud this July.
“Delivering distinctive expeditions is on the very coronary heart of Hurtigruten Expeditions and the present journey restrictions instantly impacts our itineraries which implies we’re unable to supply the Hurtigruten Expeditions expertise friends know and love.”
He added that friends can rebook their expedition cruise for later within the season or obtain a full refund.
“We sit up for welcoming friends on board MS Maud sooner or later,” concluded Daniels.