Major US-based cruise lines have begun removing cruises longer than 7 days from their planned itineraries featuring departures from, or visits to, North American cruise ports.
US cruises are back on after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) dropped its No Sail Order for cruise lines in favour of what it calls a Conditional Sailing Order, […]
Scarlet Lady, the first cruise ship from Virgin Voyages, will not resume cruises until January, 2021, according to a letter sent from the cruise line to travel agents.
Days ahead of the expiration of its No Sail Order, the CDC has updated its travel notice for US holiday-makers, advising them to defer all cruise travel.
Carnival Cruise Line has cancelled a range of US cruise departures following the announcement of the extension of the No Sail Order by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has confirmed that the No Sail Order for all US cruises has been extended until the end of October, in a move that was widely […]
The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), representing more than 90% of cruise lines in the world, has developed a health and safety plan for the controlled resumption of cruises in the US […]
With COVID-19 continuing to spread in the United States, the CDC has been forced to extend its no sail order for cruise ships through September, putting an end to hopes of cruises […]
Although the CDC’s no sail order for cruise ships will expire in July, the Cruise Lines International Association has announced that cruise lines will voluntarily extend the suspension until September 15th.
It will be another three months at least before cruise lines are able to start sailing from US ports, or calling at any American ports on itineraries from overseas, according to a […]