Carnival Cruise Line Cancels Sailings Through October
Consistent with the decision announced today by the members of the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) to voluntarily extend the pause in U.S. cruise embarkations until Oct. 31, 2020, Carnival Cruise Line has informed guests and travel advisors that they have cancelled all cruises scheduled to embark between Oct. 1 and Oct. 31.
The line had previously cancelled cruises through September 30, 2020 in line with the CDC’s extended No Sail Order.
Guests are being offered an enhanced value package of a future cruise credit and onboard credit, or a full refund.
If conditions in the U.S. change and short and modified sailings are possible, the industry may consider an earlier restart, and Carnival would consider that as well. In the meantime, Carnival Cruise Line will continue to work with public health and government officials to finalize enhanced health and sanitation protocols and procedures that will guide their eventual return to service.
Carnival thanks their guests for their continued patience and support as they work through these difficult decisions.
“When the time is right, our terrific onboard team will be waiting to welcome our guests back to give them the great vacation they deserve.”
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