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Cruise Lines Extend Cancelation Policy on Cruises

Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises have extended their Cruise with Confidence cancelation policy.

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Both cruise lines have extended the cancelation policy through April 30, 2021. For any cruise that departs through April 2022 and is booked by April 30, 2021, you will be able to cancel your cruise up until 48 hours before sail date.

For those who do cancel their cruise, they will receive a 100% Future Cruise Credit.

Additionally, they can choose the Lift & Shift option for cruises booked by the end of January. With Lift & Shift, you can move your cruise to a qualifying sailing of the same itinerary type, sailing length, and stateroom category within four weeks of the original cruise date.

The Lift & Shift option will be discontinued on February 1, 2021.

It is worth noting that by requesting a Cruise with Confidence FCC, you will waive any right to receive any refund of the cruise fare paid, even if the sailing is later canceled.

All cruises canceled before the final payment date will result in a full refund of any nonrefundable deposits.

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