Updates on Cruise Operations

Updates on Cruise Operations

Our highest responsibility and top priorities are compliance, protecting the environment and the safety, health and well-being of our guests, the people in the communities we touch and our crew members. In support of the global effort to stop this unprecedented global pandemic, our nine world-leading cruise lines have paused cruise operations around the world.

During this time, we are working in close coordination with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and other global health experts, to develop enhanced procedures and protocols for health and safety on board our ships. When the time is right to resume cruise operations, we continue to be committed to providing our guests with a safe and healthy environment based on the latest advancements in health protocols. A comprehensive restart protocol may include areas such as medical care, screening, testing, mitigation and sanitization addressing arrival and departure at cruise terminals, the boarding and disembarkation process, onboard experience and shore excursions.

We remain deeply committed to our goal of protecting the health and safety of everyone involved with our cruise operations, and when the time is right, we look forward to doing what we do best – exceeding expectations and helping our guests make lifelong memories as they enjoy the world’s most extraordinary vacation experience.

For the latest updates on cruise operations from our nine world-leading cruise line brands, please visit the brand homepages at the links below.


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https://aida.de/

Cruiseline
https://www.carnival.com/

Costa
https://www.costacruises.com/

Cunard
https://www.cunard.com/

Holland America Line
https://www.hollandamerica.com/

P&O
https://www.pocruises.com/

P&O
https://www.pocruises.com/

Princess
https://www.princess.com/

Seabourn
https://www.seabourn.com/