All other cruise lines including Royal Caribbean, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Celebrity Cruises have canceled their November sailings and are now aiming for a December restart on their cruise ships.
Carnival Cruise Line only has cruises from two Florida ports scheduled next month. The cruise line has cruises from PortMiami and Port Canaveral on six cruise ships sailing to the Bahamas and Caribbean.
However, Carnival recently stated that while operations from Miami and Port Canaveral in November and December are still not certain, they are focusing their initial return to service from those two homeports, whenever that might occur.
It’s still a good possibility that Carnival Cruise Line will cancel these sailings from Florida in November. The cruise line has removed all cruises from their booking engine through the middle of December.
In the past, each time that Carnival removed cruises from their booking engine they ended up canceling them at a later date.
Carnival Cruise Line is offering guests who are booked on a November or December cruise the option to cancel and receive a Future Cruise Credit that includes up to $600 in on board credit to use on their rebooked cruise.
They can also cancel and receive a full refund.
The CDC’s No-Sail Order has been extended through October 31, 2020.