Travel Health

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Re: Travel Health updated as at 1st June 2021

Many Governments are continuing to advise against global travel and, in some cases, still advising against cruising specifically. Most countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and many flights are still not operating or being cancelled at short notice. Whilst some countries plan to open up to allow holiday traffic, many Governments have closed their borders until further notice. Where it is possible to travel, many Governments are still imposing monitored quarantine after passengers arrival in their destination, plus are changing quarantine requirements for passengers returning home, on a regular basis, creating much uncertainty. This still creates many difficulties for the movement of Officers & crew members to & from the ships. Drydocks to carry out essential maintenance, scheduled for the 3 vessels in 2020, could not take place, due to reasons detailed above, and are planned for 2021, although these works will take time to arrange and complete.

Governmental legislation/regulations regarding restarting cruise ship operations internationally will still take more time to finalize and implement. Most ports are still closed to cruise ships and it is not foreseen when many will reopen. Star Clippers is working on the protocols necessary to restart our sailing cruises and a summary of these will be published on our website prior to the ships resuming service.

Therefore, Star Flyer saildates are cancelled until 21st August 2021

Royal Clipper saildates remain cancelled until 3rd August 2021

Star Clipper saildates remain cancelled until 13th November 2021.

Further saildates will be reviewed at a later date, if necessary.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 20th April 2021

Many Governments are continuing to advise against global travel and, in some cases, still advising against cruising specifically. Most countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and many flights are still not operating or being cancelled at short notice. Whilst some countries plan to open up to allow holiday traffic, many Governments have closed their borders until further notice. Where it is possible to travel, many Governments are still imposing monitored quarantine after passengers arrival in their destination, plus are changing quarantine requirements for passengers returning home, on a regular basis, creating much uncertainty. This still creates many difficulties for the movement of Officers & crew members to & from the ships. Drydocks to carry out essential maintenance, scheduled for the 3 vessels in 2020, could not take place, due to reasons detailed above, and are planned for 2021, although these works will take time to arrange and complete.

Governmental legislation/regulations regarding restarting cruise ship operations internationally will still take more time to finalize and implement. Most ports are still closed to cruise ships and it is not foreseen when many will reopen. Star Clippers is working on the protocols necessary to restart our sailing cruises and a summary of these will be published on our website prior to the ships resuming service.

Therefore, Royal Clipper saildates are cancelled until 3rd August 2021

Star Flyer saildates are cancelled until 7th August 2021

Star Clipper saildates are cancelled until 13th November 2021.

Further saildates will be reviewed at a later date, if necessary.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 25th March 2021

Many Governments are continuing to advise against global travel and, in some cases, still advising against cruising specifically. Most countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and many flights are still not operating or being cancelled at short notice. Whilst some countries plan to open up to allow holiday traffic, many Governments have closed their borders until further notice. Where it is possible to travel, many Governments are still imposing monitored quarantine after passengers arrival in their destination, plus are changing quarantine requirements for passengers returning home, on a regular basis, creating much uncertainty. This still creates many difficulties for the movement of Officers & crew members to & from the ships. Drydocks to carry out essential maintenance, scheduled for the 3 vessels in 2020, could not take place, due to reasons detailed above, and are planned for 2021.

Governmental legislation/regulations regarding restarting cruise ship operations internationally will still take more time to finalize and implement. Most ports are still closed to cruise ships and it is not foreseen when they will reopen. Star Clippers is working on the protocols necessary to restart our sailing cruises and a summary of these will be published on our website prior to the ships resuming service.

Therefore, Royal Clipper saildates are cancelled until 3rd July 2021

Star Flyer saildates are cancelled until 10th July 2021

Star Clipper saildates remain cancelled until 11th September 2021.

Further saildates will be reviewed at a later date.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 2nd February 2021

Many Governments are continuing to advise against global travel and, in some cases, still advising against cruising specifically. Most countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and many flights are still not operating or being cancelled at short notice. Whilst some countries have opened up to allow holiday traffic, some Governments are still imposing monitored quarantine after passengers arrival in their destination. Also many Governments are changing quarantine requirements for passengers returning home, on a regular basis, plus closing borders, creating much uncertainty. This also creates many difficulties for the movement of Officers & crew members to & from the ships. Drydocks to carry out essential maintenance, scheduled for the 3 vessels in 2020, could not take place, due to reasons detailed above, and are now planned for 2021.

Governmental legislation/regulations regarding restarting cruise ship operations internationally will still take more time to finalize and implement. Star Clippers is working on the protocols necessary to restart our sailing cruises and a summary of these will be published on our website prior to the ships resuming service.

Therefore, Royal Clipper saildates are cancelled until 1st May 2021

Star Flyer saildates are cancelled until 22nd May 2021

Star Clipper saildates are cancelled until 11th September 2021.

Further saildates will be reviewed at a later date.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 16 November 2020

Many Governments are continuing to advise against global travel and, in some cases, still advising against cruising specifically. Most countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and many flights are still not operating or being cancelled at short notice. Whilst some countries have opened up to allow holiday traffic, some Governments are still imposing monitored quarantine after passengers arrival in their holiday destination. Also many Governments are changing quarantine requirements for passengers returning home, on a regular basis, creating much uncertainty. Governmental legislation/regulations regarding restarting cruise ship operations internationally will still take more time to finalize and implement.

Therefore, Royal Clipper saildates are cancelled until 19 April 2021

Star Clipper saildates are cancelled until 3 April 2021

Star Flyer saildates are cancelled until 16 April 2021.

Further saildates will be reviewed at a later date.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 5 October 2020

Many Governments are advising against global travel and, in some cases, still advising against cruising specifically. Most countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and many flights are still not operating or being cancelled at short notice. Whilst some countries are opening up to allow holiday traffic, some Governments are imposing monitored quarantine in hotels after passengers arrival in their holiday destination. Also many Governments are changing quarantine requirements for passengers returning home, on a regular basis, creating much uncertainty. Governmental legislation/regulations regarding restarting cruise ship operations internationally will still take more time to finalize and implement.

Therefore, Royal Clipper, Star Clipper & Star Flyer saildates are cancelled until 2nd January 2021.

Further saildates will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 1 September 2020

Many Governments are still advising against global travel and, in some cases, advising against cruising specifically. Most countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and many flights are still not operating. Whilst some country borders are gradually opening up to allow some holiday traffic, some Governments are changing quarantine requirements upon returning home, on a regular basis, creating much uncertainty. New Governmental legislation/regulations regarding restarting cruise ship operations internationally will still take more time to finalize and implement.

Therefore, Royal Clipper saildates are cancelled until 7 November 2020.

Star Clipper saildates are cancelled until 6 November 2020.

Star Flyer saildates are cancelled until 5 December 2020.

Further saildates will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 4 August 2020

Many Governments are still advising against global travel and, in some cases, advising against cruising specifically. Most countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and many flights are still not operating. Whilst some country borders are gradually opening up to allow some holiday traffic, new Governmental legislation/regulations regarding restarting cruise ship operations internationally will take more time to finalize and implement.

Therefore, Royal Clipper and Star Clipper saildates are cancelled until 3 October 2020.

Star Flyer September saildates are cancelled, followed by a scheduled drydock until 30 October 2020.

Further saildates will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 1 July 2020

In addition to many Governments advice against global travel, most countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and many flights are still not operating. Whilst some country borders are gradually opening up to allow some holiday traffic, new Governmental legislation/regulations regarding restarting cruise ship operations internationally is still only at a draft/consultation phase and will take more time to finalize and implement.

Therefore, Royal Clipper saildates are cancelled until 5 September 2020 & Star Flyer saildates are cancelled until 9 September 2020

Star Clipper Asia saildates are already cancelled until 12 September 2020.

Further saildates will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 4 June 2020

In addition to Governmental advice against global travel, most countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and many flights are still not operating. Whilst some country borders will gradually open up to allow some holiday traffic, new Governmental legislation/regulations regarding restarting cruise ship operations is still only at a draft/consultation phase and will take some time to finalize and implement.

Therefore, Royal Clipper & Star Flyer saildates are cancelled until 1 August 2020.

Star Clipper Asia saildates are already cancelled until 12 September 2020.

Further saildates will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 26 May 2020

The Indonesian Government has stated that Bali will remain closed to tourists until, at least, October 2020.

Therefore, Star Clipper saildates are cancelled until 12 September 2020.

Royal Clipper saildates are already cancelled until 4 July and Star Flyer until 11 July 2020.

Further saildates will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re: Travel Health updated as at 5 May 2020

With continued Governmental advice against global travel, all countries worldwide are still closed to cruise ships and most flights have been cancelled until further notice. The ports currently closed to cruise ships include those situated in Italy, Greece, Indonesia & Singapore and we have been advised that these ports are unlikely to reopen in the short term.

Therefore, Star Flyer, Star Clipper & Royal Clipper saildates are cancelled until the end of June 2020.

Further saildates, from July 2020 onwards, will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re Travel Health updated as at 30 April 2020

Following governmental action requiring restrictions and closure of ports to cruise ships, the port of Piraeus, Greece has confirmed that it will be closed until, at least, the end of May 2020.

Therefore, Star Flyer sailings are cancelled until 30 May 2020. Star Clipper & Royal Clipper saildates are also cancelled until 30 May.

Further saildates, from 30 May 2020 onwards, will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re Travel Health updated as at 7 April 2020

Due to governmental action requiring restrictions and closure of ports to cruise ships, Star Clipper sailings are now cancelled until 30 May 2020.

Royal Clipper sailings are cancelled until 23 May 2020 and Star Flyer sailings cancelled until 23 May 2020.

Further saildates, from 23 May 2020 onwards, will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re Travel Health updated at 23 March 2020

Due to governmental action requiring restrictions and closure of ports to cruise ships, Star Clipper sailings are now cancelled until 9 May 2020.

Royal Clipper sailings are currently cancelled until 11 May 2020 and Star Flyer sailings cancelled until 2 May 2020.

Further saildates will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re Travel Health updated at 16 March 2020

Due to governmental action requiring restrictions and closure of ports to cruise ships, Star Clipper will cease Asia sailings from 21 March to 11 April 2020.

Royal Clipper sailings are currently cancelled until 11 May 2020 and Star Flyer sailings cancelled until 2 May 2020.

Further saildates will be reviewed soon.

Star Clippers, Monaco

 

Re Travel health at 11 March 2020

Our rigorous, preventative sanitation procedures have been strengthened further on board all Star Clippers vessels.

As a precaution, we are screening passengers with a temperature check and asking them to complete health questionnaires prior to boarding the vessels.

Star Clippers will deny boarding to all persons who have travelled from, visited or transited via airports in South Korea, Iran, China, including Hong Kong and Macau, and any municipality in Italy subject to lockdown (quarantine) measures by the Italian Government within 14 days prior to embarkation.

Star Clippers will also deny boarding to all persons who, within 14 days prior to embarkation, have had contact with, or helped care for, anyone suspected or diagnosed as having COVID-19, or who are currently subject to health monitoring for possible exposure to COVID-19.

Any passenger affected by this, or with any queries, should contact Star Clippers, or via their travel professional, for clarification.

Star Clippers is reviewing saildates in March/April at this time and will advise passengers booked ( via their Travel Agency ) if we are aware of an effect to their ports of call. Summer/Mediterranean saildates will be reviewed soon.

Naturally, we are keeping a very close eye on developments since the situation is changing regularly.

Star Clippers, Monaco

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