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Rocky of London

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    Cunard, Celebrity, Princess,
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  1. 🚢🛳⛴🇬🇧🕔✖️👶✖️🗣😉...............😄🙇‍♂️
  2. Looks like the early discussions of cruising around the U.K. has been taking “onboard” and now we have cruises starting from Southampton and as stated, you will need to have the vaccine ( 2 ) jabs to be able to cruise. The next situation now will be the crew .........looking at the regular countries that the ships crew normally come from.....very high infection rates...
  3. Portugal doing really well getting their infection numbers down and now they are off of the no go list. So thinking about Portugal and Madeira could be another sailing destination for the cruises to start......it will be interesting to see when the next announcements comes out ? 🚢🛳⛴⚓️
  4. I think a lot can be learnt from countries like Singapore who have started the process with residents from their own country......interesting that they have had no problem in getting people to cruise with the restraints....
  5. Have they actually started the cruises in Singapore, based on this protocol...you mentioned
  6. We Now thats a good point.....MSC stop and take on passengers, as the ship cruises around. That could be an idea for a British Isle cruise and stop at places like Falmouth and take on passengers and other ports from Britain, that would cut down on the mass boarding at Southampton? plus all passengers and crew must be vaccinated?
  7. This would probably be based on U.K. residents......due to restrictions on travel....at this time.
  8. I know we do not have all the answers to the questions regarding the protocol of sailing with covid restrictions ? i just wondered if Cunard said for example the following........5 night voyages sailing from and returning to Southampton, around U.K waters, but not stopping. There will be a few short cruises to test the water ( excuse the pun ) and this will help cruising re start. I would guess that masks would have to be worn inside the ship until you sit down at a table to drink or eat, the waiters would have a mask on. inside the Buffett, you would wear a mask and you
  9. So many people try not to fly for one reason or another....when I had conversations with cruise passengers from all round the world on the Queen Mary (Transatlantic ), they said they use the New York to Southampton as a means of travelling on....then going on another cruise ship from Southampton for other destinations....plus from New York to other destinations.... Plus there are a large number of passengers who stay on the ship, for the return Transatlantic cruise without leaving the ship ? That means the people who leave from the port of exit return with out leaving the ship ?
  10. Hi.....interesting thread and good questions and answers. i was able with a strong core team..... to keep major house building construction sites open around the country and along the way many lessons was learnt. The cruising industry has been watching and asking all the right questions from other major industries and will use all the data to get cruising going.....later this year. i think Cunard will mitigate as many of the risks as possible...so the first cruises will be mini cruises and test the way. We live in times that all of us have to adapt and I think this w
  11. 29 March 2021......Q E Cunard.....here’s hoping.....just a mini British Isle cruise, no stops.
  12. That’s early good info for anyone stoping in Southampton......London to far for a day trip
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