Carnival Cruise Line has announced the company is canceling more trips due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The company said some ships won’t be sailing until 2021 and in some instances 2022.
The delay for the Magic, Paradise, Valor and Spirit are due to dry dock enhancements.
Here’s a list of the status of the various ships:
- San Francisco sailings through 2020
- Carnival Splendor sailings through January 7, 2021
- Carnival Spirit sailings through May 16, 2021
- Carnival Legend sailings through October 30, 2020
- Mardi Gras sailings November 14, 2020, through January 30, 2021
- Carnival Breeze from Ft. Lauderdale sailings November 7, 2020, through March 7, 2021
- Carnival Imagination and Carnival Inspiration sailings through April 19, 2021
- Carnival Fascination sailings through January 9, 2022
- Carnival Sensation sailings March 3, 2022, and March 7, 2022
- Carnival Sunrise:
- Sailings through and including October 19, 2020
- Miami 7 and 8-day sailings from October 9, 2021, through April 30, 2022, excluding the March 5, 2022 sailing
- Miami 5-day sailing January 3, 2022
- Carnival Radiance:
- Sailings through and including November 1, 2020
- 9, 12 and 14-day sailings from May 2, 2021, through April 29, 2022
- 5-day sailings December 23, 2021, and December 28, 2021
- Carnival Paradise sailings through February 22, 2021
- Carnival Magic:
- Ft. Lauderdale and Miami sailings through March 6, 2021
- Transatlantic & Barcelona sailings April 10, 2021, through May 3, 2021
- Carnival Valor sailings through April 24, 2021
- All Other Ships sailings through October 31, 2020
If you had booked one of the affected trips, you can either get a future cruise credit and an onboard credit or a 100% refund. Click here for more information and to make your selection.
Click here for more on how Carnival will ensure passengers' health once sailings resume.
The company has also announced it will be selling 18 of its ships from across all of its brands this year.
Carnival Corp. owns Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruise Line and Costa, or about 45% of the global cruise industry, The Points Guy, a travel blog, reported.
It has already sold eight older ships and will delay new ships that had planned launches next year to cut costs, The Washington Post reported.
The company said the planned removal of older, less efficient ships was moved up, the Post reported.
The CDC has a no-sail order for all cruise lines that carry 250 passengers or more through September, but that order is expected to be extended.
Norwegian Cruise Line has suspended sailings through October. Click here for the latest information.
Celebrity Cruise LInes have canceled sailings from Australia and New Zealand through the end of the year. Other sailings are canceled through the end of October. Click here for that information.
Royal Caribbean has suspended its sailings through the end of October for most trips, with European and Transatlantic voyages canceled through November. Australian voyages are canceled through the end of the year. The Odyssey of the Seas will not sail until April 2021. The Jewel of the Seas cruise, scheduled for Feb. 14, 2021, has been canceled. For more information, click here.
Disney Cruise Line is canceling trips through mid-December across its fleet. Click here for the latest information.
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