Cruise companies have had to cancel trips due to the current circumstances related to COVID-19 around the world. Princess Cruises, for example, has canceled 11 trips on the Sapphire Princess, while Royal Caribbean has canceled trips on 4 ships. Oceania Cruises has canceled all Navy trips in January and February that were scheduled to sail from South America. If you're worried about the Omicron variant and want to delay your cruise, many cruise companies offer more flexible policies that allow you to cancel your trip.
Costa Luminosa and Costa Deliziosa have resumed sailing with week-long cruises to Greece, while Regent Seven Seas Cruises has canceled a 120-day round-the-world cruise ship on the 700-passenger Seven Seas Mariner. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has also resumed its voyages aboard Europe 2 and Hanseatic Inspiration from German ports. Celebrity Cruises and Royal Caribbean International have both canceled cruises due to the spread of COVID-19.Silversea Cruises will resume operations on June 18 from Greece and on June 19 for Galapagos cruises. The cruise line will also resume travel in the United States on cruises to Alaska starting July 25 aboard the Majestic Princess.