Carnival Corporation has reported a net loss of $2.2 billion for the fourth quarter of financial 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to prevent a return to operation.
Jan Swartz will be responsible for Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Seabourn and P&O Australia, as well as Holland America Princess Alaska Tours and inter-group operations.
P&O Cruises has extended its pause in operations into April. The line said the move was in response to the current uncertainty around European ports of call.
Costa, a part of Carnival Corporation, said the decision comes as a result of measures enacted by the Greek government in response to the number of coronavirus cases.
Carnival Corporation has confirmed its North American brands will extend their existing pause in operations until the new year as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to extract a toll on the sector.
The move follows a decision from the German government to impose further restrictions on public life and travel to limit the spread of Covid-19.
Princess Cruises has announced the sale of two of its ships, Sun Princess and Sea Princess, as part of a wider shrinking of the fleet at owner Carnival Corporation.
Carnival Corporation has confirmed it will continue to shrink the size of its fleet as the cruise sector struggles to return from the Covid-19 shutdown.
Germany-based Aida Cruises has confirmed it now hopes to offer trips from November as the line seeks to return from a Covid-19 enforced suspension of operations.
Pointing to UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office guidance and the complexity of operating world voyages, Cunard said its ship Queen Elizabeth would now sail again on March 25th.
Holland America Line has become the latest cruise operator to extend its pause in operations, cancelling departures on all ships until December 15th.