Covid-19 - Flexible booking terms.

In this uncertain environment, we understand that you may appreciate some added flexibility.

Correct as of: June 16, 2021.

Canceling your voyage.

Canceling voyages due to sail on or before December 31, 2021.

If you are booked on a Cunard voyage sailing on or before December 31, 2021 and wish to cancel, Cunard will levy a cancelation charge as a percentage of the fare paid in accordance with the following scales:

Canceling voyages of 30 nights or less, that are due to sail through December 31, 2021.

 Period before departure within which written notice of cancelation is received by Cunard

 Cancelation Fee Schedule
(percentage of fare)

 From the date of booking until 30 days before departure

 Deposit (or transfer to another voyage free of charge)

 29 - 22 days to sail

 50%

 21 -15 days to sail

 75%

 14 - 0 days or less to sail

 100%

Canceling voyages due to sail on or after January 1, 2022.

If you are booked on a Cunard voyage sailing on or before January 1, 2022 and wish to cancel, our standard cancelation policy applies and Cunard shall be entitled to levy a cancelation charge as a percentage of the fare paid in accordance with the following scales on our Passage Contract page.

Canceling voyages of 30 nights or less, that are due to sail on or after January 1, 2022.

 Period before departure within which written notice of cancelation is received by Cunard

 Cancelation Fee Schedule
(percentage of fare)

 119 - 30 days to sail

 Deposit

 89 - 61 days to sail

 40%

 60 -31 days to sail

 50%

 30 - 15 days to sail

 75%

 14 - 0 days to sail

 100%

Future Cruise Credit (FCC) terms and conditions.

In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, many guests have accepted Future Cruise Credits (FCCs) in relation to cancelled voyages. FCCs can be used any time until31 December 31, 2021 and can be redeemed against any voyage that’s on sale at the time of booking. FCCs can be used on all fare types of a Cunard voyage, subject to availability at the time of booking. Where the cost of the new booking is more than the FCC, guests can simply pay the difference. Guests may use their FCC to upgrade their existing booking. Should guests wish to do this they should contact their travel advisor or us, if they have booked directly with Cunard. All new bookings using FCCs will be subject to Cunard Booking Conditions, including our standard cancellation terms. Once an FCC has been applied to a new booking, in the event of a cancellation of a voyage by the guest, any refund will be given in FCC. If a cancellation of the whole voyage is necessary due to Covid-19, guests who had used their FCC for that voyage will be offered the same options as other guests are offered at that time in respect of the original monies paid. If you had made a booking on a recently cancelled cruise (announced June 16, 2021) using your FCC from a previously cancelled voyage, you will receive the same value of that FCC back. If the value of your FCC payment was less than the value of the standard deposit, you will receive as a FCC 125% of the cash element paid of the deposit value and 100% of any additional monies paid.

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