Saga confirms most of new cruises already sold out
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Saga confirms most of new cruises already sold out

Three of four sailings on Spirit of Discovery are booked up

Saga has reported that the inaugural cruise on board Spirit of Adventure, and three of the four cruises on Spirit of Discovery have all sold out.

The sailings only went on sale on March 29. It means that there is now only limited availability on the Great British Isles Adventure cruise, which will depart from Tilbury on July 11.

Nigel Blanks, CEO of Saga Cruises, said: “Our guests had told us how much they wanted to get travelling again and we couldn’t have more proof of that than our inaugural Spirit of Adventure cruise and three of our four Spirit of Discovery itineraries selling out so quickly.

“We’d prioritised guests whose Saga Cruises had been cancelled due to Covid by proactively offering them the option to rebook on to the British Isles cruises prior to them going on general sale on March 29, which a good number took up, and since then the rest of the cabins have been snapped up.

“We put it down to the fact that our guests know that, not only is their safety and wellbeing our number one priority, as evidenced through our requirement that all travellers have received both doses of the vaccine prior to boarding, but that they will also enjoy an incredible experience on our ships.”

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