The Carnival Corporation-owned company P&O Cruises UK extended the suspension of operations until mid-November due to the ongoing pandemic.
The UK's largest cruise line said the decision was "due to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office advising people to avoid cruises."
P&O UK canceled all departures (fleetwide) until November 12, while two longer itineraries due to commence in January 2021 have been suspended. P&O UK had previously canceled sailings through October 15.
According to P&O Cruises president Paul Ludlow, it was clear that whilst the guidance was in place it was not advisable for them to resume operations.
Ludlow added that as well as canceling all sailings up until November 12, they would, "sadly, also be canceling Aurora’s Caribbean and South America Adventure and Arcadia’s World Cruise."
“Given long-term planning, combined with the complexity and length of these long-haul itineraries and evolving border restrictions, we need to ensure that we adhere to the guidance as it stands.
“I know that these January cruises, in particular, are holidays of a lifetime and we are so sorry for the disappointment that these cancellations will cause.”