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Smoother sailing: Saga cruise bookings back to pre-Covid levels

Spirit of Discovery  (Credit Zoe Ayton - Portland Harbour Authority)The group – which caters to over-50s – said its current booked cruise load factors were at 70 per cent for 2021/22, following legal restrictions on capacity for early cruises. It posted tour operations bookings for 2021/22 of £18m and £109m for 2022/23 but said there was still some uncertainty within the travel sector about the long-term Covid impact. (cityam.com)

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International cruising returns with Saga Cruises following a summer of round-Britain itineraries. Later this year, Saga Cruises will return to international destinations following the news that restrictions are lifting

Spirit of Discovery  (Credit Zoe Ayton - Portland Harbour Authority)On October 5, ‘Spirit of Adventure’ will depart on a five-day cruise, ‘Taste of the Continent’, taking in Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Zeebrugge. All cabins feature a balcony and prices start from £1,156 per person. (more…)

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Former Head of the Royal Navy Medical Service to name Saga’s newest ship, ‘Spirit of Adventure’

Former Head of the Royal Navy Medical Service - Inga J. Kennedy -  to name Saga’s newest ship, ‘Spirit of Adventure’ (June 2021)In a mark of respect to the medical profession that has worked so hard over the last 18 months dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, Commodore Inga J. Kennedy CBE QHNS QARNNS, senior Royal Navy officer, former Head of the Royal Navy Medical Service and Non-Executive Director of Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, has been named today as the Godmother of Saga Cruises’ newest ship, Spirit of Adventure. (more…)

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Saga Posts Surprise Profit Amid Cruise Shutdown

Saga (Logo) Saga on Wednesday reported a stronger than expected annual profit, sending its shares sharply higher, as lower motor insurance payouts during lockdowns offset losses in its over-50s tour and cruise operations. (marinelink.com)

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