Cruise lines all over the world are pausing operation due to COVID-19 and that’s left many cruisers frustrated as they deal with refunds or rebookings. We’ve compiled a list of cruise cancellations and updated sail dates for our readers to check when their favorite lines are scheduled to return. The list will be updated as new information becomes available.
Carnival Cruise Line has cancelled all cruises from all U.S. homeports except Miami and Port Canaveral for December 2020.
Additional cancelled cruises include:
Carnival Magic itineraries operating from Miami will be cancelled until Mar. 13, 2021
Carnival Paradise itineraries operating from Tampa will be cancelled until Mar. 19, 2021
Carnival Valor itineraries operating from New Orleans will be cancelled until Apr. 29, 2021 (including the transatlantic cruise from New Orleans on Jan. 25, 2021 and the return from Barcelona on Feb. 26, 2021)
Carnival Spirit itineraries operating from Brisbane will be cancelled through May 16, 2021, with the first sailing being the Singapore to Brisbane voyage embarking on June 12, 2021.
All San Francisco sailings through 2020
Princess Cruises has cancelled cruises in Asia, the Caribbean, California Coast, Hawaii, Mexico, Panama Canal, South America & Antarctica, Japan, and Tahiti through December 15, 2020.
Princess Cruises also cancelled its early 2021 World Cruises and Circle South America cruises on Island Princess and Pacific Princess. The line has also paused operation in Australia and New Zealand through end of May 2021.
Costa Cruises has restarted operation from Italian ports.
AIDA Cruises has canceled all of its cruises to the United States and Canada for the remainder of 2020 due to coronavirus-related travel restrictions. The cruise line has now paused operation in Germany until November 30, 2020 after restarting cruises over the summer.
Holland America Line is extending its pause of cruise operations and cancelling departures on all ships through Dec. 15, 2020.
P&O Cruises has suspended all cruises until November 12, 2020 and cancelled a number of longer duration cruises sailing before March 31, 2021. P&O Australia has suspended operations across Australia and New Zealand through December 2, 2020.
Cunard has extended its pause in operations to sailings up to March 25, 2021 for Queen Elizabeth, April 18, 2021 for Queen Mary 2 and May 16, 2021 for Queen Victoria.
Seabourn Cruise Line has cancelled all cruises until November 20, 2020 as well as the following cruises:
Royal Caribbean International has cancelled all cruises from America through November 30, 2020. Quantum of the Seas will begin sailing in Singapore on December 1, 2020.
Celebrity Cruises has cancelled all cruises through November 30, 2020.
Azamara Cruises has cancelled all cruises throughNovember 30, 2020.
Silversea Cruises has cancelled all cruises until January 4, 2021.
Norwegian Cruise Line has cancelled all cruises through November 2020.
Oceania Cruises has cancelled all cruises through November 2020.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has cancelled all cruises through November 2020. They also cancelled a 2021 World Cruise, along with cruises departing through April 2021 aboard Seven Seas Mariner.
A-ROSA River Cruises has resumed European river cruises.
Amadeus River Cruises resumed operation on July 27th.
AmaWaterways has cancelled most cruises until through 2020. However, AmaWaterways AmaKristina began sailing itineraries on the Rhine River on July 5th.
American Cruise Lines will resume cruises on August 28 on the upper Mississippi on board American Harmony.
American Queen Steamboat Company has cancelled all cruises through August 31, 2020.
Aqua Expeditions has resumed operation on board Aqua Blu in Indonesia.
Avalon Waterways has cancelled all new sailings through October 31, 2020.
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has cancelled all new sailings until December 18, 2020.
Celestyal Cruises has cancelled all cruises until March 6, 2021.
Crystal Cruises has cancelled all river cruises through September 6, 2020.
Crystal Esprit is suspended through October. Crystal Symphony is suspended through October 31 and Crystal Serenity is suspended through October.
Disney Cruise Line has cancelled all American cruises through December 6, 2020.
Emerald Waterways has cancelled all sailings through August 31, 2020 and all Oberammergau cruises scheduled for 2020 are cancelled.
Fred. Olsen Cruises has cancelled all river and ocean cruises through December 9, 2020. The 2021 Grand Voyage has been postponed until March 11, 2021
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has resumed cruising on board Europa 2 and Hanseatic Inspiration from German ports.
Hurtigruten has once again suspended all sailings until further notice after a COVID-19 outbreak on board one of their ships.
Lindblad-NatGeo has cancelled all cruises until further notice.
Marella Cruises has cancelled all cruises until November 15, 2020.
MSC Cruises will resume cruising in the Mediterranean in mid-August on board MSC Grandiosa. MSC Magnifica will resume operation in September.
All cruises in America are cancelled through November 2020 are cancelled.
Paul Gauguin Cruises has resumed cruises in French Polynesia.
Ponant is offering cruises to the local market, sailing from French ports, starting in early July.
Pullmantur Cruises has cancelled all cruises until November 15, 2020.
Quark Expeditions has cancelled all cruises until September 19, 2020.
Saga Cruises has cancelled all cruises until September 1, 2020.
SeaDream Yacht Club has resumed cruising on SeaDream I and SeaDream II on itineraries to Norway for residents of Scandinavian countries only. All Mediterranean voyages have been cancelled through the end of August.
Star Clippers has cancelled all cruises on Royal Clipper and Star Clipper until October 3 and all cruises on Star Flyer until October 30.
Tauck has cancelled all cruises and land tours through September 30, 2020.
If your TUI Cruise falls into one of the below categories, it has been cancelled.
TUI holidays to the mainland Spain and Balearic and Canary Islands departing on or before 13 September 2020
• TUI holidays to Cyprus due to depart on or before 4 September 2020
• TUI holidays to Bulgaria due to depart on or before 31 October 2020
• TUI holidays to Portugal due to depart on or before 28 August 2020
• TUI holidays to Madeira due to depart on or before 31 October 2020
• TUI holidays to Morocco due to depart on or before 30 September 2020
• TUI holidays to Malta departing on or before 31 August 2020
• TUI holidays to Florida due to depart on or before 30 November 2020
• TUI holidays to Cape Verde due to depart on or before 30 September 2020
• TUI holidays to Egypt due to depart on or before 13 September 2020
• TUI holidays to Tunisia due to depart on or before 31 October 2020
• TUI holidays to Cancun, Mexico due to depart on or before 31 October 2020
• TUI holidays to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic due to depart on or before 31 October 2020
• TUI River Cruises sailings travelling on or before 25 November 2020
• TUI Lakes and Mountain holidays travelling on or before 30 September 2020
• TUI Tours travelling on or before 31 October 2020
UnCruise Adventures has cancelled all sailings in Alaska for Summer 2020
Uniworld Cruises has cancelled all cruises until September 15, 2020.
Viking Cruises has cancelled all cruises through the end of 2020.
Virgin Voyages has delayed sailings on Scarlet Lady until January 3, 2021. The first sailing on Valiant Lady from Barcelona will be May 2021.
Windstar Cruises has cancelled all cruises until 2021.
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