There is a list regarding the recent changes made in the announcements and schedules. It will be changed as required. As the coronavirus outbreak continues to grow, there is a large number of companies that are further postponing all the return operations.
For all the rivers and coastal cruises, Croisi Europe has postponed cruises through 30th April. The cruise safaris in South Africa are being postponed through 31st May. For Africa, all the affected passengers will be able to rebook a departure date later than April 30 or 31st May for a cruise trip.
Cruises will be resumed on 14th August 2020. According to the company’s statement, its international team will contact every person who is affected. The new bookings which are made between 9th March and 1st May 2020, for the departures, passengers can cancel the date.
Passengers may cancel a cruise holiday for free of charge for up to 30 days before the departure date (fee routing and administrative costs are excluded).
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd has suspended all the operations by another 30 days till 12th May. The cruises which include Canadian ports have been suspended till 1st July. Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Silversea Cruises, and Azamara Club Cruises are all included in RCCL brands.
Oceania Cruises are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. They are also revising the hours temporarily which will start on 30th March for its Guest Services Department until further notice comes. The revised hours are estimated as 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Voluntary suspension of the cruises is being extended by Costa Cruises until 30th April. The guests who booked through the North American office will receive future cruise credits.
The travel agents and the guests who have been affected by the changes are being informed by the Costa as they are taking certain steps to make them aware of it.