Is your booking directly affected by Coronavirus?

Which boating regions and travel dates have been affected by coronavirus restrictions

Understandable and necessary government restrictions, to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, continue to evolve. Such restrictions have meant we have had to delay certain vacations, either because we are unable to open our bases, or because customers are unable to travel. In some regions we have also had to delay the opening of bases because regional waterways authorities have delayed the opening of locks and waterways. Once travel restrictions permit, waterways are open and local circumstances allow, we will reopen our bases and make any appropriate changes to our operations so that we are ready to welcome you and provide the safe and enjoyable cruise experience you deserve.


If you have a booking which is directly affected in such a way, our Go Boating with Confidence Policy will apply and we will contact you


Due to confirmed delays and restrictions, the following boating regions have been affected, as detailed...


Our Belgian bases are currently ESTIMATED to open on June 12, 2020.


Our Canadian base opens on June 3, 2020.


Our Thames and Scottish bases are currently ESTIMATED to open on June 12, 2020.


Our French bases are currently ESTIMATED to open on May 29, 2020.


Our German bases opened on May 25, 2020.


Our Irish bases are currently ESTIMATED to open on July 20, 2020.


Our Italian bases are currentlyESTIMATED to open on June 12, 2020.


Our Dutch bases open on June 15, 2020.

Regardless of the above restrictions, if you have a booking on or before July 31st, 2020, you are still covered by our Go Boating with Confidence policy and can cancel your vacation up to 48 hours before departure and either amend it to a later date or receive a refund credit which can be applied to any future vacation departing in 2020 or 2021.