The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has made travel, especially travel for leisure and tourism, almost impossible. In some countries, such as the United Kingdom, leisure travel is currently illegal under lockdown rules, but those with a good reason can still make essential trips abroad. Here in Croatia, which has a much more favourable epidemiological picture, travelling around is a bit easier, but not for those who are arriving from abroad and aren’t residents here.
As Morski writes, getting to experience tourism as it once was still seems very, very far away, the Croatian ferry Jadrolinija has made a very welcome alteration to the way they do business. The well known company, which transports countless locals and foreign visitors each and every year, with summer being their period of high demand, has introduced a brand new option for international passengers so that they may change their date of booking free of charge as the situation with the spread of the novel coronavirus and various restrictions remains very fluid.
The move will certainly save a lot of headache for what are usually already stressed out international passengers if and when they do manage to actually make it to Croatia when leisure and tourism flights to the country begin operations once again.
It will also work to instil a sense of confidence in the Croatian ferry Jadrolinija as a company among all those who hope to use its services as the warmer summer months approach and hopes for a better tourist season than that of 2020 grow.