On August 5, 2020, Royal Caribbean Group announced that it would suspend its extension of operations through October 31, 2020, excluding cruises from China and Australia.
Royal Caribbean International aims to restart cruises on November 1, 2020. However, European & Transatlantic voyages are canceled through the end of November 2020. Besides, the cruise line canceled several more departings from China:
P&O Cruises extended its pause in operations through November 12, 2020. Besides, the company canceled two long sailings scheduled to depart in January 2021.
P&O Cruises Australia canceled all departures in Australia and New Zealand until October 29, 2020.
Costa Cruises intends to resume sailings from Italian ports on September 6, 2020. Costa Deliziosa will be the first to set sail after a long pause. The liner will operate cruises from Trieste. The second ship, Costa Diadema, is scheduled to depart from Genoa on September 19, 2020.
AIDA Cruises extended pause in operations until September 30, 2020. However, there are several exceptions. AIDAblu will depart on the first voyage on September 6, 2020 from Kiel, Germany. AIDAperla will restart operations on September 12, 2020. She'll offer cruises to the Norwegian Fjords departing from Hamburg, Germany.
Seabourn suspended its global cruise operations through November 20, 2020. Besides, the cruise line canceled more cruises on Seabourn Encore, Seabourn Ovation, and Seabourn Sojourn. As of today, the voyages are canceled through:
TUI Cruises' Mein Schiff 1 and Mein Schiff 2 already operate scenic Blue Cruises without stops at the ports. All other sailings are canceled through the end of September (except for the Mein Schiff 5 voyages from September 27, 2020). Mein Schiff 6 cruises on September 29, 2020 and on October 9, 2020 are canceled, as well as 2020 USA sailings and trips to Southern Africa in winter 2020/21.
Marella Cruises canceled all sailings through September 30, 2020.
MSC Grandiosa and MSC Magnifica are going to resume operations in the Mediterranean starting from August 16 and August 29, 2020 respectively for guests from Schengen countries. All other Mediterranean and Caribbean voyages are canceled through October 31, 2020. Asia cruises are canceled through October 26, 2020.
Boudicca's Grand Voyage sectors up until March 11, 2021
In mid-June 2020, Hurtigruten began a gradual restart of operations along the Norwegian coast. The company plans to return all vessels to service from Bergen, Norway by the end of September.
Following a coronavirus outbreak on Roald Amundsen, the cruise line suspended all expedition sailings until further notice.
On July 11, 2020, M/S Paul Gauguin restarted voyages for French Polynesia residents, and on July 29, 2020 – for international guests. However, on August 1, 2020, it was announced that the ship had one case of COVID-19. The vessel is expected to take the next sailing at the end of August.
Windstar Cruises plans to restart operations in mid-October 2020. Wind Spirit is the company's first representative to offer voyages after the pause caused by the coronavirus pandemic. As of today, the departure dates for the ships' first cruises are the following: