Yesterday, Carnival Cruise Line pushed back their start date for cruises until August. Shortly after, the cruise line issued an update saying that the new start dates are contingent on a number of factors.
Any resumption of cruise operations – whenever that may be – is fully dependent on Carnival Cruise Line’s continued efforts in cooperation with federal, state, local and international government officials.
In Carnival’s continued support of public health efforts, any return to service will also include whatever enhanced operational protocols and social gathering guidelines that are in place at the time of the resumption of cruise operations.
Carnival Cruise Line said that they are committed to supporting all public health efforts to manage the COVID-19 situation and will continue to keep their guests, travel agent partners and other stakeholders informed.
The current list of canceled cruises from Carnival Cruise Line is as follows:
- All San Francisco sailings through 2020
- All Carnival Sunrise sailings through and including October 19, 2020
- All Carnival Legend sailings through and including October 30, 2020
- All Carnival Radiance sailings through and including November 1, 2020
- All Carnival Spirit Alaska, Hawaii, & Trans-Pacific sailings through and including October 6, 2020
- Carnival Breeze, Carnival Dream, Carnival Elation, Carnival Freedom, Carnival Horizon,
- Carnival Magic, Carnival Sensation, & Carnival Vista sailings through and including July 31, 2020
- All other cruise ships sailings through and including August 31, 2020
These dates are subject to change due to the fluid situation with COVID-19 and the current health guidelines.