Travel Advice and Useful Links for Coach Tour Operators
When planning your tour you may find these web sites and resources helpful:
- UK Department of Health Advice for Travellers
- UK Foreign Office Travel Advice
- UK Government Travel Aware
- UK Passport Service
When we arrange cross sea transportation as part of your group tour, the terms and conditions of carriage of the carrier apply to your passengers. The most up to date versions of these can be obtained via the following links to the web sites of the carriers which we use most often.
- Brittany Ferries
- Caledonian MacBrayne
- Color Line
- Condor Ferries
- DFDS Seaways
- Eurotunnel Conditions of Carriage
- Irish Ferries
- Isle of Man Steam Packet Company
- Isles of Scilly Steamship
- P&O Ferries
- Serco Northlink Ferries
- Stena Line
Norman Allen Group Travel Ltd is not responsible for information provided by these or other third party information sources. If you find that any link no longer functions or you experience any other difficulty in accessing the information you require, please let us know. If you require any information relating to ferry companies not listed here or which is otherwise not available via these links, please contact us.
Financial Protection of Tour Payments
For wholesale tours by coach, we provide financial protection for your tour payments by voluntarily holding funds in a separate Clients' Account until each tour concludes.
Air package holidays are ATOL protected by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is 3683.
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