When Are Cruise Lines Around the World Expected To Resume Service? – Cruise Critic

(12:15 p.m. EDT) -- With ocean and river cruise lines temporarily suspending service around the world as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping track of the seemingly minute-by-minute changes to the cruise industry can be challenging.

Most cruise lines have voluntarily paused sailings for the meantimeafter being faced with port closures; a lack of suitable infrastructure, including flights; and increased travel restrictions that change on a country-by-country basis.

We're keeping tabs on when each line expects to resume sailings. In some cases, the return to service is spread out over a number of weeks, while other lines have tentatively set dates for the resumption of cruises. We've also put together a comprehensive guide to cancellation policies,which we will update regularly.

The information below will also be updated as necessary. These dates are subject to change.

Adventure Canada (Ocean Endeavour only): 2021 (2020 season canceled)

AIDA: Early April

Azamara: April 11

Bahamas Paradise: April 10

Carnival (including Australia): April 10

Celebrity: April 11

Celestyal Cruises: May 1

Costa: April 3 to May 3

Cruise & Maritime Voyages: April 24

Crystal Cruises:

Cunard Line: April 11

Disney Cruise Line: April 12

Fred. Olsen: May 23

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises:

Holland America Line: April 14

Hurtigruten: April 28

Majestic Line: April 18

Marella Cruises: April 17

Metropolitan Touring: April 17

MSC Cruises: May 1

Norwegian Cruise Line: April 11

Oceania Cruises: April 11

P&O Cruises: April 11

P&O Cruises Australia: April 13

Paul Gauguin: April 11

Ponant: No sooner than April 19

Princess Cruises: May 10

Regent Seven Seas: April 11

Royal Caribbean: April 11

Saga Cruises: May 1

Seabourn: April 11

Scenic: April 30

Silversea: April 11

Star Clippers:

Tauck: April 14

Viking Cruises: April 30

Virgin Voyages: July 15

Windstar Cruises: April 30

Amadeus: April 15

AmaWaterways: April 25

American Queen Steamboat Company: April 12

APT: April 24

Arena Travel: April 30

A-ROSA River Cruises: April 15

Avalon Waterways: May 1

CroisiEurope: April 15

Crystal River Cruises: April 11

Emerald Waterways: May 1

Gate1 Travel: May 1

Grand Circle: May 1

Pandaw: 2021 (2020 season is canceled)

Riviera Travel April 24, 2020

Scenic: May 1

Tauck: April 14

Titan May 1

Travelmarvel: April 24

TUI River Cruises: May 2

Uniworld: April 23

Vantage Deluxe World Travel: April 30

Viking River Cruises: April 30

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When Are Cruise Lines Around the World Expected To Resume Service? - Cruise Critic

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