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Oceania and Regent to end fuel supplements

Posted by Anita Dunham-Potter On December - 8 - 2008

Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced that they will eliminate the fuel supplement for all 2009 sailings.

Prestige Cruise Holdings, parent company to both cruise lines, stated while they had previously waived the supplement for 2010 voyages, effective a month ago, they decided it was appropriate given the drop in oil prices to include the 2009 season as well.

Customers who have paid in full for their 2009 sailings will receive a shipboard credit. For those with reservations not paid in full, the charge will be removed from their final payment.

“As long as oil prices remain below $65 per barrel, we are confident that we will not require a surcharge in the future,” said Frank Del Rio chairman of Prestige Cruise Holdings.

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