As we all wait to see if and when cruise ships will get the okay to sail from the U.S. this year, Carnival Cruise Line has updated their cancellations list again. If your cruise is listed as canceled, your refund options are also included here.
Carnival Cruise Line cancellations list
Here is the latest Carnival Cruise Line ship cancellations list. In chronological order they are:
- All cruises departing from San Francisco through the remainder of 2020
- All Carnival Splendor cruises through and including September 17, 2020
- All Carnival Spirit Alaska, Hawai’i, Trans-Pacific sailings through and including October 6, 2020.
- All Carnival Sunrise cruises through and including October 19, 2020
- All Carnival Legend cruises through and including October 30, 2020
- All Carnival Radiance (formerly Carnival Victory) cruises through and including November 1, 2020
- All Mardi Gras departures from Port Canaveral November 14, 2020 through and including January 30, 2021
- All Carnival Magic departures from Miami and Barcelona transatlantic cruise from March 13, 2021 through and including May 3, 2021
- All Carnival Breeze departures from Ft. Lauderdale November 7, 2020 through and including March 7, 2021
- All other ships departing through and including September 30, 2020
The form for cancellation and refund option will be available on Carnival.com beginning July 10, 2020.
Two re-booking options to choose from if your Carnival cruise is on the cancellation list
Below are two options to choose from, for those whose cruise has been canceled. Carnival says that they will honor these offers for any guests who were previously booked on voyages departing September 30, 2020 or prior and canceled their booking on or after March 6, 2020.
If your cruise is listed on the above Carnival cruise line cancellations list, refunded to you will be your taxes, fees and port expenses, Carnival Vacation Protection, pre-paid gratuities, pre-purchased Carnival shore excursions, beverage and Wi-Fi packages, and Fun Shop purchases will be automatically refunded to the original form of payment.
Whether or not cruising from a U.S. port will resume in October is anyone’s guess right now. The next step will be if the CDC lifts the No Sail Order that’s been in place for nearly four months.
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