Seabourn Cancels Seabourn Ovation’s February 15 Sailing

Seabourn tells Journey Agent is has cancelled the Seabourn Ovation cruise departing on Saturday, February 15.

“The conclusion arrives out of an abundance of warning considering the highly dynamic and unpredictable alterations we have found the past pair of months in journey constraints and port functions that could affect the cruise,” a spokesperson for Seabourn tells us. “While we be expecting things will stabilize, we never ever want to put our guests in the position of a getting an working experience that doesn’t live up to their anticipations.”

Seabourn Ovation was because of to depart Singapore on February 15, 2020 for a 14-day spherical journey cruise. Seabourn claims it had no recognized or suspected circumstances of coronavirus on board.

Impacted guests will receive a refund of the fare compensated for the 14-day voyage. Because the cruises were cancelled near to the departure dates, guests will also receive a foreseeable future cruise credit. Friends and journey advisors are being notified and these guests in Singapore will be hosted in regional inns while they rebook their onward journey.

“While this conclusion will be disappointing for our guests, we experience they will realize the commitment to continue on to do the job intently with the health authorities simply because we share a typical goal of on the lookout after the safety and effectively-being of our guests, crew and the destinations we visit,” the spokesperson claims.

Seabourn will continue on to assess the predicament and will present a additional update on foreseeable future voyages in Asia at the time it has extra information and facts.

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