It’s beginning to look a lot like cruises will be resuming around March 2021
By Patti Pietschmann, Travel Diva
As the New Year approaches many of us have visions of cruises and vacations dancing in our heads. And it could happen. All cruise companies, are working overtime on plans to meet the CD’s Framework for Conditional Sailing Order. So when we step on board a ship again we will feel safe and secure
Cruise stops and go’s or who is cruising and who’s not
As they continue the process lines such as Holland America are extending cruise pauses through March 31, 2021. It is also cancelling some longer cruises until Nov. 1, 2021. As of the now HAL’s popular Alaska season 2021 is still on.
Most cruise lines are busy booking voyages for either late 2021 or 2022 in anticipation of Covid19-free or at least reduced times.
Holland America is offering varying incentives and credits for canceled cruises. So check with a Pavlus Travel specialist if you were holding tickets on its cruises.
Carnival and Covid
Carnival is also pausing operations the U.S. through Jan. 31, 2021.
Princess Cruises is extending its pause in global operations to allow time to complete CDC requirements. The company is canceling all cruises through March 31, 2021. It is also pausing cruising longer than seven that sail to and from the US through Nov. 1, 2021.
Cruise sales are already underway for luxury ship operators such as Crystal, Silversea and Regent Seven Seas. Both of which feature totally inclusive fares. Start dates as of now are early January and spring of 2021.
Crystal Cruises expects to resume river and ocean voyage operations in March 2021.
Windstar is aggressively selling and offering deals on 2021 and beyond voyages.And to book a cruise, tour or dream vacation contact a friendly, helpful Pavlus travel advisor.