Are cruise lines open back up yet?

The following ships are scheduled to launch cruise ships or have already launched them:. The Carnival Sensation to Launch from Mobile, Alabama. The Crystal and Olympia began cruises to the Greek Islands from Piraeus, Greece in June. National Geographic Quest and National Geographic Venture launched Alaska cruises on June 5 and 6, respectively.

The National Geographic Resolution was named after rapid ice in November. The Insignia began sailing in December. The Sirena will sail starting in January. The Nautica will return on April 1 with a Mediterranean cruise from Civitavecchia (Rome).

The new enchanted princess in November. The Crown Princess will return in February. The Island Princess will return on March 6, carrying out a series of cruises to the Southern, Eastern and Western Caribbean. The Princess Royal will return on April 8 with cruises along the California coast from Vancouver.

Seven Seas Splendor launched the service in September. The Seven Seas Explorer restarted in October. The Seven Seas Mariner returned in December. Seven Seas Navigator to be released in January.

The Seabourn Encore returns to work in February. The Silver Muse returned on July 29, sailing on Alaska cruises. The Silver Spirit returned in September. The Silver Explorer returned in November.

The Silver Cloud set sail on an Antarctic cruise in November. The Silver Wind left Puerto Arenas, Chile, in November. The Viking Orion launched trips to Bermuda from Hamilton in June. The Viking Sky, which is based in Reykjavik, started cruises to Iceland in June.

Viking Venus, Viking Sea and Viking Star launched cruises from Valletta, Malta, last July. The Wind Surf launched in August. This is the same for all cruise lines owned by Royal Caribbean and this excludes cruises in China and Australia. We have everything you need, with the latest information on when cruise lines will resume their trips and which ones have already started.

Starting August 15, a Spinx-class ship will be deployed with the first four-day short cruise ship to Gdynia, followed by a three-day cruise to Gothenburg. Crystal Cruises plans to resume cruises on July 3 with one of its two largest ocean ships, Crystal Serenity, which will sail from Nassau, in the Bahamas, on trips to all of the Bahamas. The line has also announced plans to resume cruises to Alaska from Seattle on July 27 with the Carnival Miracle and expects to resume cruises from Miami with the Carnival Horizon also in July. It then plans to resume cruises to Alaska with a ship (Norwegian Encore) and Caribbean cruises with a ship (Norwegian Gem) in August.

American Cruise Lines resumed inland waterway cruises in Georgia and South Carolina on March 13 with one ship, the 100-passenger Independence, and has since added trips on the Mississippi River and several other U. Virgin Voyages has not yet started regular cruises with its first and currently only Scarlet Lady cruise ship. (EDT) — Since many maritime and river cruise lines are gradually returning to operation around the world after a long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping track of seemingly minute changes in the cruise industry can be a challenge. The first trip will be for 4 nights and then, starting July 15, the cruise line will launch cruises for 5 to 8 nights with several stopovers in destinations such as Liverpool, Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands, Scotland and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Serenade of the Seas will begin sailing to Alaska in July and Ovation of the Seas will begin sailing to Alaska in August, both from Seattle, Washington. Scenic Luxury Cruises %26 Tours plans to resume river cruises in Europe on July 30 with departures on the Douro River in Portugal. 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.

According to the Disney Cruise Line website, one of the first temporary trips available on a 3-night cruise to the Bahamas. 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. . .

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