Atlantic Container Lines (ACL) Suspends Passenger Operations For The Remainder Of The Year.

Atlantic Container Line's G4 Container Ship Suspend transatlantic Passenger Operations Due to COVID Restrictions
Atlantic Container Line's G4 Container Ship Suspend Passenger Operations Due to COVID Restrictions

On Friday May 22, 2020, Atlantic Container Line's (ACL) parent company Grimaldi Lines announced that “it has been decided to suspend passenger service on ACL, G4 Container vessels until the end of 2020.”

After several weeks of valiantly trying to maintain its weekly passenger service between Hamburg, Antwerp, Liverpool, Halifax, New York and Baltimore, complications caused by Covid-19 have finally made it impossible to continue to offer passenger service. The Grimaldi Group stated  that many affected passengers have already re-booked for 2021. Those recently impacted by the announcement are now being contacted to move their reservation .

The five ACL ships carry 12 passengers each and offer an annual capacity of 600 passengers in each direction. Earlier this year, the ACL ships were booked for 4 months in advance.


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