Cruise NewsCruise Lines Cancel Cruises Due to Coronavirus

Cruise Lines Cancel Cruises Due to Coronavirus

Several cruise lines have canceled cruises due to the ongoing situation in China due to coronavirus.

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Royal Caribbean, MSC Cruises, and Costa Cruises are three of the cruise lines that have canceled upcoming cruises.  Here is a rundown of the latest cancelations from five cruise lines.

Royal Caribbean has canceled the January 27 sailing on their newest cruise ship, Spectrum of the Seas.

MSC Cruises has canceled the January 28 sailing out of Shanghai on MSC Splendida. The ship was scheduled for a four night cruise.

Costa Cruises has canceled sailings on four cruise ships. Costa Venezia, Costa Serena, and Costa Atlantica will have their next two cruises canceled.  The cruise line has canceled the next three sailings on Costa neoRomantica.

Astro Ocean Cruises has canceled the upcoming sailing on Piano Land.

Genting Cruise Lines has also suspended all cruise operations in China.

Cruise lines are giving passengers full refunds on the canceled cruises.

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Ben Souza
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