Carnival Cruise Line Cancels More Sailings
Carnival Cruise Line has canceled all voyages through May 31, 2021.
The inaugural voyage for the line’s newest ship, Mardi Gras, has now been delayed again to June 5, 2021.
The news comes on the heels of Norwegian Cruise Line, who recently also canceled sailings through May.
Holland America and Princess Cancel Cruises From Canada
And on the topic of canceled cruises, Holland America and Princess have suspended all 2021 sailings that start or end in Canadian ports.
This includes a number of Alaska, Canada & New England, and Pacific Coastal voyages.
Booked guests on impacted cruises can either choose to have their sailing moved to next year, receive a Future Cruise Credit, or get a full refund.
As a glimmer of hope, both lines still have some 2021 Alaska and Canada/New England cruises on the schedule. They are in talks with U.S. and Canadian government officials in hopes to preserve those sailings.
Royal Caribbean Announces Short Caribbean Cruises
Royal Caribbean has announced its lineup of short Caribbean cruises for the 2022-23 season.
Eight ships will depart from Florida and Texas, sailing a variety of three to five-night itineraries.
Popular calls will include the line’s private island Perfect Day at CocoCay, as well as Cozumel, Nassau, and Costa Maya.
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