As events continue to be uncertain due to COVID-19, Sabaton have officially cancelled this year’s Sabaton Cruise. The cruise was originally scheduled to set sail the Baltic Sea in December, but they had no choice but to cancel this year’s voyage due to the ongoing situation. The band has every intention for the cruise to take place in 2021.
Read Sabaton’s statement below:
“Sabaton Cruise 2020 cancelled.
Due to the global Covid-19 situation, it is impossible for us to sail out on the Baltic Sea this year as planned. We have in conjunction with Tallink Silja taken the final decision today that we will cancel the cruise of 2020, with a plan and desire to return cruising in 2021.
Your cruise tickets will be 100% refunded automatically with beginning in just a couple of days.
More refund details from Tallink Silja below:
- Tallink Silja will contact all customers affected by cancelled departures.
You will receive a full refund of the booking value. Tallink Silja repays to the same bank account that you used for your payment.
- Due to the restrictions in our countries it may take longer than usual to resolve each person’s application, but Tallink Silja will provide a solution for and respond to every single application received.
Welcome to check and update your contact details for current booking / ticket by visiting the “My Booking” section on our website. By doing this you ensure that Tallink Silja can contact you quickly when they need to.”
While many are figuring out how to hold concerts and events on land, things remain a mystery as far as events at sea go. Cruise events, including Knotfest At Sea, has been postponed. Other cruises, as of now, have every intention to go on in 2021. Shiprocked has been moved from January to May, Monsters of Rock cruise will now take place in May and will happen on land instead of a ship, and 70000tons of metal appears to be up in the air, but their January 2021 dates remain on the event’s website.