Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ Marco Polo is diverting to Portland on Monday, due to bad weather and tidal restrictions.
The ship, which is returning from a 39-night Amazon, West Indies, and Azores cruise, was originally scheduled to return to Bristol’s Avonmouth port, but bad weather in the Atlantic and strict tidal restrictions for entering the lock in Avonmouth has resulted in the ship diverting to Portland in Dorset.
Guests scheduled to board the ship for its next cruise – a 15-night Land of the Northern Lights itinerary – are advised to continue to Bristol Avonmouth where a complimentary coach will be provided to Portland at 2 p.m. The journey time will take two and a half hours. Alternatively guests can proceed directly to Portland, however the ship will return to Bristol Avonmouth as scheduled on February 28.
Embarkation will commence in Portland from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.
The ship is due to arrive in Portland at 9 a.m. and depart at 11 p.m.
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