Cruise News Briefs — January 29, 2021 [VIDEO]

Celebrity Edge Won’t Spend Summer in Europe

Instead of sailing in Europe as planned, Celebrity Edge will be spending this summer in the Caribbean.

From July to November, the ship will offer seven and eight night voyages from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale. Sailings will be offered to both the eastern and western Caribbean.

Disney Cruise Line Cancels Sailings

Disney Cruise Line has now canceled all cruises through April 2021, as well as select sailings in May. 

Voyages are canceled on Disney Fantasy through April 24, Dream through April 30, Magic through May 9, and Wonder through May 12.

Those who have paid in full will be offered a future cruise credit or refund.

Port Canaveral Doesn’t Think Cruises Will Resume This Spring

During a recent budget meeting, Port Canaveral CEO Captain John Murray stated that the port doesn’t believe cruise ships are likely to sail before July. He said that infections would need to decline and vaccinations will need to increase before the CDC will likely begin serious restart discussions.

Port Canaveral is currently home to ships from four cruise lines, and soon to be a fifth with MSC Cruises. 

STORY: Port Canaveral Says Ships Not Likely to Sail Before July 2021

Closing Bell for Thursday, January 28, 2021

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  • Royal Caribbean Group (RCL): $69.04
  • Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH): $24.16

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