Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has suspended operations through 01OCT, 2020. The cruise line had previously expected to resume sailings onboard Grand Celebration on 25JUL.
"In recent days, amidst a spike in COVID-19 cases in many states across the [United States], we’ve seen mounting pressures to modify reopening plans and consideration of the return of stay-at-home orders. Additionally, new restrictions from the Bahamas have been announced, requiring travellers to present a negative swab test prior to entry. In an effort to provide the safest environment for our passengers and crew, we have no choice but to further postpone our sailing schedule," the company announced on 13JUL, 2020.
CARNIVAL CRUISE LINE
Carnival Cruise Line has cancelled all cruises between 01OCT, 2020 to 31OCT, 2020.
Cunard previously stated it would extend its operational pause up to 31JUL, 2020. Cunard has now extended the suspension until NOV.
Flagship Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria will have sailings cancelled until 01NOV, 2020, and Queen Elizabeth until 23NOV, 2020.
DISNEY CRUISE LINE
Disney Cruise Line has extended cruise cancellations until the end of July or later.
All 2020 Alaska cruises are cancelled due to the extended Canada cruise ship ban.
Disney Cruise Line Extends Suspension of Departures for the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy and Disney Wonder through 30SEP, 2020 and Disney Magic through 02OCT, 2020.
HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
Holland America Line is extending its pause of cruise operations and cancelling additional departures from the port of Vancouver in 2020, as well as select Hawaii itineraries for early 2021. The following cruises will be cancelled:
26SEP, 2020, 22-day Panama Canal cruise from Vancouver to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
26SEP, 2020, seven-day Pacific Northwest cruise from Vancouver to San Diego, California.
16JAN and 02FEB, 2021, Circle Hawaii Voyages roundtrip from San Diego.
21SEP, 2020, 16-day Mexico and Sea of Cortez itinerary from Vancouver to San Diego.
27SEP, 2020, 14-day North Pacific Crossing from Vancouver to Yokohama, Japan.
30SEP, 03OCT and 10OCT, 2020, three- and seven-day Pacific Northwest and coastal cruises from Vancouver.
SEP20, 2020, 17-day Circle Hawaii cruise roundtrip from Vancouver.
02OCT, 2020, 23-day Inca Discovery voyage from Vancouver to San Antonio (Santiago), Chile.
All Hurtigruten expedition cruises have been temporarily suspended.
MSC Cruises announced that it will further extend the temporary fleet-wide halt of its cruise operation out of the US through to 15SEP, 2020.
The announcement impacts two ships – MSC Seaside and MSC Armonia – that were previously scheduled to sail in the region during this time period. Guests affected by the cancelled cruises will receive a Future Cruise Credit (FCC) by 20JUL, 2020.
For the Summer 2020 Season, MSC Cruises has announced the temporary halting to its current ship operation up until 31JUL, 2020, in the other regions where the Company operates.
Norwegian Cruise Line suspended all voyages for NCL through 31OCT, 2020.
Impacted NCL sailings in OCT 2020 include: Norwegian Bliss departing 12OCT Norwegian Joy departing 04OCT Norwegian Breakaway departing 04-11OCT Norwegian Gem departing 02-09OCT
Oceania Cruises suspended all voyages with embarkation dates through 01OCT, 2020 to 31OCT, 2020.
All impacted Oceania Cruises passengers can choose between future cruise credits or refunds.
Ponant and Paul Gauguin resumed operations in July with eight ships setting sail from Iceland, Dalmatian Coast, the Arctic, France and French Polynesia.
This includes the inaugural seasons for the two EXPLORER vessels, Le Bellot and Le Jacques Cartier.
Princess Cruises extended its pause in global operations to 15DEC, 2020, for all but five ships serving Australia.
All cruises sailing in and out of Australia on Majestic Princess, Regal Princess, Sapphire Princess, Sea Princess and Sun Princess are paused through 31OCT, 2020.
REGENT SEVEN SEAS CRUISES
Regent Seven Seas suspended voyages with embarkation dates through 30SEP, 2020, as well as Seven Seas Navigator voyages departing 08-18OCT, 2020.
Royal Caribbean has extended its return to service date until 30SEP, 2020, with the exception of cruises sailing out of China which will be suspended until end of July.
SAGA has suspended its Spirit Of Discovery ship until 31AUG, 2020.
Seabourn has extended its operations pause until 13OCT, 2020.
Scenic has suspended all voyages until 30OCT, 2020.
Further suspensions apply to Egypt, Jordan and Israel land tours until 31DEC, 2020.
Silversea is hoping to recommence their itineraries around the world on these dates:
will set sail on 28OCT, 2020.
will welcome guests once more from 11NOV, 2020.
Silver Shadow: will commence service once again from 10NOV, 2020.
Silver Spirit: will set sail on 05NOV, 2020.
Silver Muse: Silver Muse will resume sailing from 10OCT, 2020.
Silver Whisper: will commence service once again from 10NOV, 2020.
Guests will cruise on Silver Explorer again from 20OCT, 2020.
will set sail on 08NOV, 2020.
Silver Origin will resume sailing on 05SEP, 2020.
UnCruise Adventures will resume its Alaska sailings on 01AUG, 2020, with a Glacier Bay National Park Adventure tour departing from Juneau.
Victory Cruise Line announced it will cancel all planned itineraries for the remainder of the 2020 season due to prolonged governmental restrictions and uncertainties of future travel through Canadian waters
VIKING OCEAN CRUISES &
VIKING RIVER CRUISES
Viking has extended its pause through 30SEP, 2020.