Two more Carnival Corporation cruise lines have canceled cruises into the spring as they prepare and develop plans to meet the “Framework for Conditional Sailing Order” issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Princess Cruises has canceled cruises through May 14, 2021 to the Caribbean, the California Coast, along with early season Alaska and Europe cruises.
Guests currently booked on these cancelled voyages will have the option to receive a refundable Future Cruise Credit (FCC) equivalent to 100% of the cruise fare paid plus an additional non-refundable bonus FCC equal to 25% of the cruise fare paid. Alternatively, guests can request a full refund.
Holland America Line has canceled all cruise departures on their cruise ships through April 30, 2021.
The cruise line has also canceled the following sailings:
- Alaska: Eurodam and Oosterdam through the first week of June (roundtrip from Seattle); Koningsdam through mid-May (roundtrip from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada); Nieuw Amsterdam and Noordam through mid-May (roundtrip Vancouver and between Vancouver and Whittier, Alaska); and Zuiderdam though early June (roundtrip from Vancouver).
- Mediterranean: Volendam cruises through early June (between Venice and Civitavecchia [Rome], Italy); Westerdam though early June (roundtrip from Venice or between Venice and Piraeus [Athens], Greece).
- Canada/New England: Zaandam cruises through August (between Boston, Massachusetts, and Montreal, Quebec, Canada).
Those who have paid in full will receive 125% FCC of the base cruise fare paid to Holland America Line.
Those with bookings not paid in full will receive an FCC of double the amount of their deposit. The minimum FCC is $100 and the maximum will be an amount up to the base cruise fare paid.
Guests can also receive a 100% refund if they choose.