Cruises for 2021-Looking forward

Cruises, 2021 we are all looking forward to getting back to seaing the world….

sea, what I did there 🙂

Most recent announcements for 2021.

UPDATE Feb 2021–  Norwegian Cruise line just announced no sailings extended.

Extension of Voyage Suspensions
On Tuesday, February 16, 2021 we are announcing the extension of our voyage suspensions through May 31, 2021.

Due to Canada not allowing ships to stop in the country- Alaska on the big cruise lines will also be a no go for 2021 Season.

Princess Cruises

canceled all sailings of up to seven (7) days through March 31, 2021, as well as longer voyages into and from U.S. ports through Nov. 1.

Carnival Cruise Line

canceled more cruises for early 2021, including all departures from U.S. home ports from Jan. 1 through Jan. 31, 2021. Departures through March 26 for the “Carnival Legend” in Tampa, and additional voyages through Feb. 28, 2021 from Baltimore, Charleston, Jacksonville, Long Beach, Mobile, New Orleans, and San Diego.

Holland America Line

extended its suspension of operations through March 31, 2021. Also, it canceled selected longer sailings (as well as voyages of eight days or longer that call in the United States) through Nov. 1.

Royal Caribbean

had this statement – As we work to ensure a safe and healthy return to service in accordance with the latest guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), Royal Caribbean has made the decision to further suspend cruise operations through December 31, 2020 (excluding Singapore sailings onboard Quantum of the Seas), as well as Australia / New Zealand itineraries through January 31, 2021. The “Odyssey of the Seas” sailings between November 5, 2020 and April 17, 2021 have been canceled as a result of the ships delayed debut.

Disney Cruise Line

Recently extended its suspension of operations for all departures through the end of January 2021


(the small-ship luxury line) will suspend operations in the Northern Hemisphere through Dec. 31, 2020

After months of delays in 2020 after Covid-19

and CDC recommendations, it is unclear exactly when cruise vacations will be back to normal at this time. The CDC has been vague on “requirements”  and “proof protocols work” per industry insiders.

Some enhanced protocols will include required negative test results before boarding, limited room service and entry to cabins (many resorts on islands and Mexico have adopted this), extensive cleaning of luggage before sailing, temperature checks, wearing of masks pretty much the entire cruise is expected as well as reduced capacity in the beginning.

If you are itching to go someplace warm and tropical there are other vacations that are available.
Reach out to us today to get the most up to date ideas.