P&O Cruises has extended the pause in operations into April 2021 in response to the current uncertainty around European ports of call.
Select longer voyages through mid-April rescheduled for 2022; Cruises of eight days or more calling in the U.S. for next year also not sailing
Seabourn announced last week that it will cancel a series of 2021 voyages for two ships in its fleet as part of a broader redeployment in preparation for an eventual return to service.
In response to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 'Framework for Conditional Sailing Order' pertaining to resumption of U.S. cruise operations, Princess Cruises is extending its pause in global operations to allow time for the estimated preparation needed for completing required activities prior to sailing and taking into consideration the temporary seven-day cap on itineraries that call at a U.S. port.
As it continues to build and implement its plan to meet the requirements of the Framework for Resuming Cruise Ship Operations Order issued on Oct. 30 by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Carnival Cruise Line notified guests and travel agents that it has cancelled additional cruises for the first part of 2021
Cunard's 2022 voyage schedule for Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth is now on sale. More than 35 countries feature in the 162 newly launched itineraries, covering north of the Arctic Circle to the Mediterranean and from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean, via the Panama Canal.
InsureMyTrip announced the results of its latest cruise customer survey. The new poll of 3,602 U.S. respondents reveals that the vast majority of cruisers do intend on hitting the high seas again, once the pandemic wanes.
Pent-Up Consumer Demand for Europe and Alaska Cruises Fuels Growth in Bookings
In a joint statement issued today, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) highlight the importance of the cruise sector for the world economy.
This new onboard facility an industry first allows for unprecedented testing capacity in the cruise industry, enabling Viking to conduct PCR testing of all crew members and guests with a non-invasive saliva test.