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RSSC First Line To Offer London Bypass Option

July 11, 2005





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This morning, Radisson Seven Seas Cruises announced it would assist guests with flights through London in re-routing their airline tickets. The effort extends to upcoming sailings on both the Seven Seas Navigator and Seven Seas Voyager; while neither are actually calling at any of the three ports serving London, Dover, Southampton and Harwich, both are sailing Northern Europe itineraries -- and some passengers have connections to embarkation ports there through airports such as London's Heathrow and Gatwick.

RSSC's offer applies not only to those folks who've booked air/sea packages through the cruise line but also passengers who independently made their flight arrangements.

There are no alterations to ship itineraries or schedules.

At this point, Cruise Critic has not otherwise heard from the nearly 20 other cruise lines it has contacted regarding changes as a result of last week's tragic occurrences.

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