he cruise industry globally may seem dead in the water, crippled by a Covid-19 storm no one forecasted. But there are tantalising green shoots right here in UK waters – more specifically in Scottish waters, where a flotilla of small family-owned ships are leading the charge.
They have found a way to safely steer through some of the most spectacular cruising landscapes on the planet, offering a taste of how cruising is possible in the time of coronavirus.
Social distancing measures, pared-down numbers of passengers, mandatory masks and the strictest of cleaning regimes – you name it, these bijoux vessels are doing it in order to stay Covid-compliant and reassure guests.
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