With travel restrictions continuing for the near future due to global health concerns, cruise lines have decided to extend its pause of global cruise operations.
Seabourn announced today that it will extend the voluntary pause of global operations for its five cruise ships till autumn.
Seabourn Odyssey: paused through the Europe season, with its operations pause effective through November 20.
Seabourn Sojourn: paused through Alaska/British Columbia season, with its operations pause effective through October 13.
Seabourn Quest: paused through the Canada/New England season, with its operations pause effective through November 6.
Seabourn Encore: paused through the Europe season, with its operations pause effective through October 19.
Seabourn Ovation: paused through Europe season, with its operations pause effective through November 6.
Princess Cruises is extending its pause of global ship operations and has, therefore, made the extremely difficult decision to cancel select cruises through the end of the 2020 summer season, including the following cruises and associated cruise tours:
• All remaining Alaska cruises on Emerald Princess and Ruby Princess
• All remaining Europe and Transatlantic cruises on Enchanted Princess, Regal Princess, Sky Princess, Crown Princess and Island Princess
• Summer Caribbean cruises and all Canada & New England cruises on Caribbean Princess and Sky Princess
• Summer to Fall cruises departing from Japan on Diamond Princess
• Australia-based cruises on Sapphire Princess and Sea Princess through the end of August
• July cruises sailing from Taiwan on Majestic Princess
• Fall cruises sailing to Hawaii and French Polynesia on Pacific Princess through November
P&O Cruises today announced it has extended its voluntary pause in operations in Australia and New Zealand to August 31, 2020.
Carnival Cruise Line‘s pause in operations will be extended in all other North American and Australian markets through August 31.
For its ships Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria, Cunard is cancelling all sailings that were due to depart up to and including July 31, 2020. For Queen Elizabeth, the cruise line has taken the practical decision to cancel the entire Alaska season and all departures up to and including September 8, 2020.