The cruises will sail roundtrip from Southampton on the 3,080-guest Crown Princess, which will be based in the UK from April to October next year.
All sailing in and out of Australia will be scrapped through to the end of October, while elsewhere there will be no departures before mid-December.
Under the new plans, Majestic Princess will arrive on the West Coast to set sail for her inaugural Alaska season, while Regal Princess will be returning to Europe.
Princess Cruises will welcome Majestic Princess to Los Angeles for this first-time next year, visiting top destinations including Mexico, Hawaii and the California coast.
Princess Cruises has cancelled a number of cruises through the end of the 2020 summer season. The line said reduced flight availability, the closure of cruise ports in regions around the world and other factors impacting international travel made the decision unavoidable.
The line has implemented the updated ‘Cruise with Confidence’ policies in order to offer its guests more flexibility and peace of mind when making decisions regarding their cruise holiday during the evolving global Covid-19 situation.
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.
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.
Last week, Princess stated it was pausing its global operations for 60 days in response to the unpredictable circumstances evolving from the global spread of Covid-19.
Princess Cruises will pause the global operations of its 18 cruise ships for two months from today. In response to the unpredictable circumstances evolving from the global spread of Covid-19, sailings are not expected to resume until May 10th.
As many as 60 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded onboard Diamond Princess. The ship is currently in at the Daikoku Pier Cruise Terminal in Yokohama, south of Tokyo.
Passengers onboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship are to be placed under quarantine for up to two weeks after a number tested positive for the coronavirus.