The line is looking ahead to a brighter future with demand returning in 2021 and new ships.
The Canadian rail-tour company is extending its previously announced suspension to July 31.
Silversea will pay travel advisor commission on all bookings for guests who have paid in full, regardless of whether or not they choose to take a cash refund or a future cruise credit.
The river cruise line’s Sailings in France, Portugal, Holland and itineraries on the Rhine and Moselle rivers are now open for reservations, while the rest of its 2022 season will open on May 22.
Avalon and Globus' Pam Hoffee, in an interview with TMR, discussed what is in store for the company’s future, and what travelers can look forward to in the coming months.
In an interview with TMR, AmaWaterways co-founders Rudi Schreiner and Kristin Karst talk about when the line might be able to resume operations, how the experience might change, and how they’re honoring commitments to travel partners.
“Travel advisors have always been able to really cater to what people want in a vacation. They are constantly dealing with the travelers’ preferences, and now there are going to be new widespread preferences, like avoiding crowds. They’re wondering ‘how can I visit the places I want to go, but still remain safe?’ and I think that’s going to be hard for most travelers to do on their own. So getting someone who’s an expert in certain areas will make a huge difference, not only in helping travelers have a great experience, but also giving them peace of mind having someone with knowledge and expertise working for them.”