SUSPENSION UPDATE BY CRUISE LINE
Each cruise line continues to adjust their policies and itineraries in response to Coronavirus, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all passengers and crew. Below are the current Temporary Suspension of Sailing dates given by major cruise lines.
Where a cruise line has announced a suspension of service that affects your booking, you will be contacted by the Cruise Line direct, if you have provided your email address within the Cruise Personaliser. You will also be contacted by your Clean Cruising consultant with the options available to you. Please take your time deciding between a Future Cruise Credit (FCC), or a refund, as you often will be unable to switch once you've decided.
To help you make a decision on future cruises with some degree of confidence, many cruise lines are offering temporary amendments to their Booking Policies, often referred to as “Cruise with Confidence” which has more flexibility if you wish to cancel. If you see a cruise that captures your imagination you can lock it in now, and have the freedom to change your mind much later, and still receive a future cruise credit. See below for each cruise line's offer.
Since March 2020, each cruise line has engaged with Health and Safety experts from around the globe to determine the most suitable ways to offer a safe sailing environment for everyone onboard. Below you will find each Health and Safety Policy offered per cruise line. If you wish to understand how this may affect your ability to sail safely in future, please speak with your consultant for more details
Carnival Cruises Australia from 19 December 21, Other regions vary. | n/a | Health & Sailing Update
Other Press Releases
• Australia Domestic Travel Policy • New Zealand Border Policy • Qantas International Services • Qantas Domestic Services • Virgin Australia Reduced Services • International Travel Restrictions Map • Emirates Resumes Services