Princess Cruises extends pause in operations on 6 cruise ships

   June 2, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

Due to Canada's ban on cruise ships until November 2020, the Carnival Corporation-owned premium brand Princess Cruises extended its pause in passenger shipping operations on 6 liners.

Because of global events impacting travel, including Canada's restrictions, Princess has extended their pause of global operations and canceled the following Alaskan USA West Coast and Hawaii cruises:

In early-June, because of Canada's travel restrictions, Princess canceled all Alaskan, US West Coast and Hawaii cruises leaving from Vancouver BC.

Customers booked on one of the canceled sailings receive 100% of the value of the cruise or cruise tour fare paid as an FCC (future cruise credit), and also receive an additional 25% bonus FCC. The FCC can be used on any sailing through May 1, 2022. 

Passengers can request a refund for all money paid on the booking via an online form on Requests have to be received by June 30, 2020, or automatically receive the higher value option including a bonus 25% FCC.

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