Who owns cruise Maritime?

Who owns cruise Maritime?

Cruise & Maritime Services International Limited
Cruise & Maritime Voyages/Parent organizations

Is cruise and Maritime going bust?

Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) has gone into administration after failing to find funding. The move would have increased CMV’s capacity by 30 per cent. According to chief executive Christian Verhounig, the line had sold nearly 90 per cent of 2020 capacity prior to lockdown, and nearly 50 per cent of 2021 UK capacity.

Whats happened to cruise and Maritime?

Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) was a British passenger shipping company headquartered in Essex, United Kingdom. The company ceased operations in 2020 and entered administration.

Who owned CMV?

Company’s BANKRUPTCY (2020) On July 20, 2020, CMV’s parent company SQTL (South Quay Travel & Leisure Ltd) was placed into administration / filed for bankruptcy. The UK-based company traded as “Cruise and Maritime Voyages” (trademarked brand).

Has CMV Ships been sold?

Five former CMV cruise ships put up for sale by auction CMV had a total of six ships in its fleet when it ceased trading in July 2020, and also had plans for two new ships to enter its service in 2021. Now, five of CMV’s ships have been put up for sale by auction, with the sale being brokered by CW Kellock & Co.

What will happen to CMV ships?

Will CMV sail again?

Later in 2021, the ship sails again from London Tilbury on September 4 on a 35-night cruise of discovery to the New World visiting Greenland, Canada, and Newfoundland. CMV’s Summer 2021 Cruise Collection offers a “buy one – get one free” promo sale on all the 166 itineraries if booked prior to May 31, 2020.

Are cruises and maritime in administration?

ruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) has entered administration after failing to secure additional funding. The cruise line has ceased trading with immediate effect, as has its international sales offices in Australia, France, the US and Germany. All of CMV’s bookings that haven’t yet taken place are now cancelled.

Has CMV Magellan been sold?

(October 19) The 35-year-old CMV Magellan was sold to Seajets Ferries Greece for USD 3,431 million.

Has CMV been bought?

Database and booking systems bought by Christian Verhounig Christian Verhounig, the former CEO and chairman of Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV), has bought the company’s assets from administrators. Verhounig has completed the purchase through a new company, CVI Group Limited.

Where are CMV ships now?

The two ships were purchased from P&O Cruises Australia last year and were due to enter service in 2021. Four of the ships are currently docked in CMV’s former homeport of Tilbury, Essex, and one is in Bristol Avonmouth.

Why did cruise and Maritime Voyages go into receivership?

British cruise line Cruise and Maritime Voyages has been placed into receivership after failing to find financing to overcome the effect of the coronavirus pandemic. The cruise line, aimed mainly at the British market, has not sailed since mid-March. Cruise & Maritime Voyages is the third cruise line to go underwater in the past month.

Which is the trademark for cruise and Maritime Voyages?

The UK-based company traded as “Cruise and Maritime Voyages” (trademarked brand). SQTL-CMV’s cruisetour packages are protected by ABTA (number V9945). SQTL-CMV’s fly-cruise packages are protected by ATOL (number 4619). All CMV cruise bookings (fleetwide/all ships) are effectively cancelled.

Who is the parent company of cruise and Maritime Voyages?

IMPORTANT: On July 20, 2020, the CMV’s parent company SQTL (South Quay Travel & Leisure Ltd) was placed into administration / filed for bankruptcy. The UK-based company traded as “Cruise and Maritime Voyages” (trademarked brand).

When do the CMV Magellan cruise ships resume?

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CMV suspended its entire fleet’s passenger shipping operations (all vessels) by cancelling all voyages with pre-scheduled departures between March 13 and August 25, 2020. Operations were planned to resume on August 26 (with CMV Magellan). Previously, the restart was planned for July 1.