CCL-Carnival Cruise Line cancells all voyages through April

   January 6, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

CCL-Carnival Cruise Line announced an extension to its suspension of sailings, cancelling voyages scheduled through March 31 in USA waters as well as pushing the line's resumption of operations back to more than a year after the industry came to a standstill in mid-March 2020. 

CCL also cancelled select domestic itineraries (fall 2021), one international voyage (June 2021), all Transatlantic and Panama Canal repositioning cruises to Alaska in Spring (RepositionCruises.com).

While many of the itinerary changes are in relation to Coronavirus-induced regulations, such as voyage-length restrictions, some are related to fleet's rescheduled drydock refurbishments.

Carnival Miracle cruise ship

CCL's latest cancellations include: 

Christine Duffy (CCL's President) said that the company planned to resume operations in 2021 with a "phased-in approach" - a strategy that the parent company (Carnival Corporation) has referenced frequently since the onset of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

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