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CMV looks forward to 2021 sailing

Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) is reporting that bookings are still being made for later in 2020 and 2021. 

Passengers are booking early to secure the cruise and cabin of their choice for 2021, when, hopefully, travel restrictions will have lifted and they can look forward to a cruising holiday with CMV. CMV’s new flagship, Amy Johnson, is due to sail on her Maiden Voyage in April 2021. She will then position alongside Columbus sailing from London Tilbury. 

Lisa Jacobs, CMV sales director, said: ‘Thanks to our trade partners, sales for our new flagship Amy Johnson have got off to an amazing start with some Amy Johnson cruises more than 50% sold. During a very difficult trading period, people are clearly looking forward to the future and planning their 2021 cruising holidays, and at the same time maximising on our Buy One Get One Free deals which extend, subject to availability, until May 31, 2020.’

www.cruiseandmaritime.com/


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