Here come the Summer 2021 Cruise Schedules - March 2020


GoCruise – 27th March 2020

 

Sunset cruise

It’s hard to wave goodbye to summer – as the temperature drops and nights draw in – but please don’t despair! Keep a warm, sunny sense of hope and optimism in your life with the following news:

Right now, many of Cruise with Barry’s favoured cruise operators are releasing their summer 2021 schedules.

Yes, it’s true; Cunard, P&O, Fred Olsen, Royal Caribbean, MSC Cruises and Oceania are all just revealing their itineraries and opening for summer 2021 bookings.

If you’re hoping to catch a much sought-after single cabin, this is the news you’ve been waiting for. By getting in first, you’ll secure your place on the ship and, with a bit of luck, avoid sole occupancy supplements.

Traditionally you can book a cruise anytime from 18 months ahead to just a week before setting sail. There are all sorts of pros and cons for both early and late booking, but one thing is for certain, if you are keen on a popular or exclusive sailing, want to guarantee a particular cabin or view, or need a single cabin, you’re definitely best to get in first.

After all, the early bird gets the worm.

Throughout October, we’re going to be revealing new cruise itinerary releases, as they are launched, in our weekly e-newsletter. If you’re not on the list yet, complete the form here so as not to miss out. You stand a chance of winning a free mini cruise just for signing up.

Whether it’s a first peak at the newly decked-out MSC Magnifica (costing €130 million and adding an extra 23 metres to the ship, set for the start of 2021), take a once in a lifetime around-the-world-in-180-day adventure with Oceania, or discover extraordinary events at sea, our specialty, with global cruise leaders, like P&O and Cunard, now is the time to get your early bird bookings in.