In an e-mail letter to clients, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO, Celebrity Cruises announced an extension of its suspension of voyages through May 12, 2020, and right until July 1, 2020 for Alaska sailings (due to port closures).
“I hope you are properly and adapting to the new usual as we fight to flatten the curve of COVID-19,” Lutoff-Perlo said. “For people in the organization of wellness care, thank you for all that you have completed and thank you for all you will do in the coming weeks, and I want to increase the exact same sentiment to the many of you on the entrance traces during these hard times.”
In addition, the line said its Canada/New England sailings that depart May 19, May 28 and June 16 on Celebrity Summit have been modified. It also has cancelled the approaching “Loyalty Reunion Cruise” occasions and “Celebrate with the CEO” occasions. “This is specifically disappointing as we all seem ahead to these two pretty special events,” said Lutoff-Perlo. We are performing on rescheduling them and will announce new dates as before long as we have them finalised.”
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Lutoff-Perlo also said in the email: “During this period of time, I have been sincerely touched by the selection of enquiries I have been given about our crew’s wellbeing. Lots of of our crew are heading home to be with their liked types right until we go back into service. For people who opt for not to go home or who we can not get home, we are providing the onboard comforts of our ships to them.”
She pressured that “issues will get back to usual. It really is just of course unclear exactly when that will be. But, when they do, Celebrity will be waiting around with open up arms to welcome you back on board…”
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