Katarina Line Cruises, Croatia’s premier small ship cruise company, recently restarted cruises and is reporting strong bookings since launching their 2020 season.
The cruise line says that pent-up demand after months of government lockdown due to COVID-19 is helping to fuel the positive trend. Confidence in the cruise experience is also a factor, with passengers wanting a safe environment that includes the observance of all necessary health protocols, such as cleaning and disinfecting of public surfaces onboard, as well as the use of facial covering and social distancing, when appropriate.
Customers also want assurances of a flexible booking policy that allows them to reschedule their cruise, should it be cancelled due to government regulations. These are all features of a Katarina Line Cruises.
“After months of sheltering at home, people want to travel again, but they want to do so safely,” says Daniel Hauptfeld, marketing director for Katerina Line. “Our clients know they can book us with confidence and enjoy a worry-free holiday. All of our ships have been thoroughly inspected, with increased cleaning and disinfectant procedures in place to ensure the utmost health and wellbeing of every guest.”
Katarina Line Cruises feature guaranteed weekly departures, with convenient and seamless transfers to all of its customizable land tours. Its fleet ranges from luxury Deluxe Superior cruisers with a capacity of up to 36 passengers to intimate gullets that cater to as few as seven passengers.
Katarina is the premier small ship cruise company. It operates out of the major tourist centers of Opatija, Split and Dubrovnik. With a growing fleet in six different categories, the company serves more than 110,000 clients that include 30,000 cruise guests of all ages and budgets.