Seabourn will extend a pause in its global operations to include departures through to the end of June. The brand had previously announced its five ships would not sail before May 14th, effectively cancelling all voyages scheduled to operate before then.
Princess Cruises has confirmed the delivery of Enchanted Princess has been delayed as the world battles the coronavirus pandemic. A new delivery date has not been determined since the Fincantieri yard in Monfalcone, Italy remains closed.
Carnival Cruise Line has been forced to suspend further sailings following a new ‘no sail order’ from the Unites States Centres for Disease Control & Prevention. No ships will now sail until June 27th at the earliest.
The news comes following the temporary closure of the MV Werften shipyards, which halted operations in ship production to protect its employees during the Covid-19 global pandemic.
The Unites States Centres for Disease Control & Prevention have extended a ‘no sail order’ for 100 days, or until health bodies declare the Covid-19 pandemic over.
The Scenic Group will suspend operations for land tours, river and ocean cruises until the end of June at the earliest in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak.
The ship docked and disembarked guests in Sydney three weeks ago, with those passengers now linked to hundreds of Covid-19 cases across the country.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ocean fleet has taken up temporary residence in Scotland’s Firth of Forth, just outside the Port of Rosyth. The relocation comes during the company’s pause in cruise operations, which is currently running until May 23rd.
Following the decision, TUI beach holidays travelling up to and including May 14th will no longer operate, while Marella Cruise holidays before May 31st have also been scrapped.
Carnival Corporation has seen a sharp rise in its share price following a decision by the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia to take a significant stake in the company.
While the expedition cruise line has not yet had any confirmed or suspected cases on any ships, the decision was taken as countries around the world impose restrictions on movement.
MS Zaandam and MS Rotterdam, both of which have been hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic, arrived following the intervention of United States president Donald Trump.