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  1. As a photographer myself, I can assure you that photos can be picked up cheaply, whether inspiring or not, so if a calendar is produced then surely it is more likely to be displayed and commercially doing its job if the photos it contains are well chosen. But you are missing the point. I said I loved the calendar. I use it. I am just sad there are few ships in it, particularly smaller ships.
  2. I want to add that I am a huge fan of smaller ships, hence my concern 🤔
  3. It’s for the Caribbean tier and above
  4. It was lovely to receive the calendar. Did anyone else notice the only ships included were large ones (and not many ship pics at all). Am I being overly suspicious? Is it “just in case”?
  5. The last full Aurora cruise to Arctic Norway, ending around 10 March.
  6. Been the last two years to Alta, Tromso etc on a Northern Loghts cruise. Fantastic!
  7. Agreed. Sorry, I didn’t see this. Just reposted this article on the EU thread Thirty-three crew members of a Hurtigruten cruise in Norway have been diagnosed with Covid-19, with four hospitalised and the rest in isolation. The staff, of which there were 160 in total, were tested at the end of a seven-day sailing around the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard yesterday, with 177 passengers on board; none of whom reported any symptoms of the virus while onboard and all of whom had disembarked by the time the news broke. In what is unfolding as a major test for an industry that
  8. I think this tells us why - today’s news. Thirty-three crew members of a Hurtigruten cruise in Norway have been diagnosed with Covid-19, with four hospitalised and the rest in isolation. The staff, of which there were 160 in total, were tested at the end of a seven-day sailing around the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard yesterday, with 177 passengers on board; none of whom reported any symptoms of the virus while onboard and all of whom had disembarked by the time the news broke. In what is unfolding as a major test for an industry that is only just getting back on
  9. It’s likely. We did the same last December. We had caviar in the surf and beach toys at 2 locations. Mayreau and Carambola Beach.
  10. Iles des Saintes? Beautiful spot. Mine is definitely inferior to Fletcher’s. Here is a video I took at the same place. IMG_2481.MOV
  11. Yes that’s what Mauzac referred to above. PHE is public health England. Fletcher referred to this earlier today on another thread here. I wasn’t aware of it until then, so thanks all for the update.
  12. Definitely on Seabourn. But then it’s all inclusive. Still, some people do take very expensive wine to be served at dinner etc, no corkage
  13. I thought October had now moved to November?
  14. Just received a TA e mail with a 21-22 itineraries headline. There’s no detail but I did not like the sound of this: Seabourn Quest Central America and Panama Canal series late 2021. I had hoped for Antarctica. Just looking back at my 2017 photos there. Seabourn have today announced that their Autumn 2021, Winter and Spring 2022 voyages will be available from 19th June 2020.
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