Cruise lines have been struggling to keep up with the ever-changing circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, many cruises have been canceled or postponed. Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Oceania Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and Windstar are just some of the cruise lines that have had to cancel trips due to the outbreak. On January 7, Royal Caribbean canceled trips on four ships due to current circumstances related to COVID around the world.
On January 5, Royal Caribbean canceled the Spectrum of the Seas trip from Hong Kong on January 6.Oceania Cruises canceled all Navy trips in January and February that were scheduled to sail from South America. Carnival has temporarily closed two restaurants on all of its ships. Due to the suspension of operations by many cruise lines as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, a large number of cruise ships have been canceled. On March 1, Carnival Cruise Line similarly changed its safety regulations; Norwegian Cruise Line also lifted its mandate to wear masks on board on March 1 and passengers no longer need to be tested for COVID-19 before sailing.
All passengers who book trips will receive an automatic full refund, which will be returned to the same payment method provided at the time of booking, as well as an additional credit for a future cruise.The luxury cruise brand Crystal Cruises suspended all sea travel until at least April 29 and all river travel until at least the end of May. If the Omicron variant causes you enough anxiety to delay your cruise, there is usually the possibility of canceling it thanks to more flexible cruise company policies.Regent Seven Seas Cruises said Jan. 4 that it would not operate a 120-day round-the-world cruise ship on the 700-passenger Seven Seas Mariner, due to begin Wednesday in San Francisco. Olsen, Holland America, Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Regent Seven Seas, Royal Caribbean International and Windstar have all had to cancel upcoming cruises on several ships.