Ocean cruise lines continue to cancel sailings and extend their operations pause to comply with the CDC’s Conditional Sailing Order. Here are the latest on expected restart dates. Cruise lines are listed in alphabetical order.
Last updated June 10.
Azamara | Carnival Cruise Line | Celebrity Cruises | Celestyal Cruises | Crystal Cruises |
Cunard Line | | Disney Cruise Line | Holland America Line | MSC Cruises | Norwegian Cruise Line | Oceania Cruises | Ponant | Princess Cruises | Royal Caribbean International | Regent Seven Sea Cruises | Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection | Seabourn | Silversea | Virgin Voyages | Windstar Cruises
Azamara paused operations through August. The Azamara Quest will begin sailings from Greece on Aug. 28.
Carnival Cruise Line extended its operations pause from U.S. ports
on all but three ships through July 30. It plans to launch the Carnival Horizon from Miami and the Carnival Vista and Carnival Breeze from Galveston, Texas, in
Celebrity Cruises: All sailings are suspended from the U.S. until June 30. Celebrity will launch service on the Celebrity Millennium from St. Maarten June 5 and on the Celebrity Apex from Athens on June 19. Galapagos cruises will launch on the Celebrity Flora July 4, the Celebrity Xpedition July 24 and the Celebrity Xploration Sept. 18.
Celestyal Cruises: The Celestyal Crystal will sail June 12 and the Olympia on June 28 on Greek Islands cruises from Piraeus, Greece. Vaccines are not required
Crystal Cruises: The Crystal Serenity will launch Bahamas cruises in July, the Crystal Symphony will launch Caribbean cruises in August and the line’s Crystal Endeavor expedition ship. will launch Iceland sailings on Aug. 17. Crystal Esprit yacht sailings are canceled through Aug. 1.
Cunard Line canceled cruises on the Queen Victoria through
Aug. 27 and the Queen Mary 2 through Nov. 12. The Queen Elizabeth will operate U.K. cruises for locals this summer.
Disney Cruise Line: The line canceled sailings on the Disney Dream and the
Disney Fantasy until June 1 and the Disney Wonder through July 8. The line also canceled many scheduled sailings that are longer than seven days to comply with CDC rules.
Holland America Line: The Eurodam will resume service in August from Athens. Otherwise all cruises are canceled through June 30 and cruises of eight days or longer that call in the U.S. through Nov. 1, as well as some longer cruises in other parts of the world.
MSC Cruises canceled its Caribbean sailings from U.S. ports through June 30.
Norwegian Cruise Line suspended cruises through June 30. The Norwegian Jade will launch from Athens on July 25; the Norwegian Joy from Montego Bay, Jamaica, on Aug. 7;
the Norwegian Gem from Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, on Aug. 15.; the Norwegian Epic from Barcelona Sept. 5; and the Norwegian Getaway from Civitavecchia (Rome) on Sept. 13.
Oceania Cruises suspended all sailing through June 30. The Marina will resume service on Aug. 29 from Copenhagen.
Ponant will resume sailing across Europe in June.
Princess Cruises canceled California coast, Mexico and Caribbean and the Mediterranean on the Enchanted Princess through Aug. 21. Canceled all U.S. itineraries of more than seven days through November.
Royal Caribbean International: All sailings are suspended from the U.S. until June 30. The Adventure of the Seas will launch from Nassau on June 12; the Vision of the Seas will launch from Bermuda on June 26; and the Jewel of the Seas will
sail from Limassol, Cyprus, on July 10.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises: All cruises suspended through June 30. The Seven Seas Splendor will launch Sept. 11 from the U.K.
Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s first ship, the Evrima, will launch Nov. 10 in the Caribbean.
Seabourn has canceled all cruises until July 3. The Seabourn Ovation will launch cruises from Athens on July 3, and the Seabourn Odyssey will launch from Bridgetown, Barbados, on July 18.
Silversea suspended all sailings through June 30 except for those on the Silver Moon, launching from Greece June 18, and the Silver Origin, launching Galapagos Islands cruises June 19.
Viking canceled cruises through June except the Viking Orion on Bermuda sailings and the Viking Sky from Reykjavik, both in June. The Viking Venus and the Viking Sea will both launch cruises from Valletta, Malta, in July.
Virgin Voyages’ first ship, the Scarlet Lady, will launch from the U.K. in August. The ship will launch from Miami Sept. 22. The Valiant Lady,
the line’s second ship, will launch from Miami Nov. 14.
Windstar Cruises postponed its sailings until June. The Star Breeze will launch from Philipsburg, St. Maarten, and the Wind Star
from Athens, both on June 19. The Wind Spirit will sail from Papeete, Tahiti, on July 15; the Wind Surf on Aug. 8 from Barcelona; the Star Legend from London on Sept. 4; and the Star Pride from San Juan on Nov. 3.
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