Cruise lines have been canceling cruises a month or two at a time as the COVID-19 pandemic remains a fluid situation.
Here are the target dates when each cruise line is hoping to resume cruises. It is important to note that these dates are not set in stone.
AIDA Cruises – August 1
American Cruise Lines – June 20
Azamara – August 1
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line – July 25 on Grand Celebration, October 2 on Grand Classica
Carnival Cruise Line – August 1 (See Dates for Each Ship)
Celebrity Cruises – August 1
Costa Cruises – August 1
Cunard Line – August 1
Disney Cruise Line – July 29
Holland America Line – September 20
Hurtigruten – June 16
MSC Cruises – August 1
Norwegian Cruise Line – August 1
Oceania Cruises – August 1
P&O Cruises – October 15
Princess Cruises – September 19
Regent Seven Seas Cruises – August 1
Royal Caribbean – August 1
Seabourn – October 14
SeaDream Yacht Club – June 20
Silversea Cruises – August 1
Viking Ocean and River – September 1
Virgin Voyages – October 16
The above dates are subject to change. Several cruise line CEOs stated that they are unsure exactly when cruises will start back up.
Since Canada has banned cruise ships over 100 passengers until November, all cruises to Alaska will likely be canceled for 2020.
The situation with COVID-19 remains extremely fluid. Cruise Fever will have all updates if cruise lines once again change their scheduled return date.