RCG-Royal Caribbean Group extending the suspension of ex-USA cruises until June 30

   April 9, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

RCG-Royal Caribbean Group announced it is extending the suspension of some cruises, including all sailings from the United States through June 30, while continuing the measured return to service with more voyages scheduled from different regions around the globe.

RCI-Royal Caribbean International is suspending sailings through June 30, 2021, excluding all cruise ships which have recently announced new homeports around the world. Adventure of the Seas is scheduled to sail from her new homeport Nassau Bahamas on 7-night itineraries that include CocoCay (privately leased and used exclusively by Royal Caribbean), beginning June 12. The line's Vision of the Seas will sail from her first-time homeport Bermuda on 7-night voyages that also feature Perfect Day at CocoCay, beginning June 26. RCI Jewel of the Seas will sail from her new homeport Limassol, Cyprus on 7-night sailings in the Greek islands, beginning July 10. RCI Anthem of the Seas will sail from Southampton UK on 4-, 5- and 8-night British Isles cruises, beginning July 7.

Adventure Of The Seas cruise ship

Celebrity Cruises is suspending sailings through June 30, excluding all cruise ships which have recently announced new homeports around the world. Celebrity Millennium is scheduled to sail from her new homeport Philipsburg (St Maarten Island, Dutch Antilles), with stops in the Caribbean, beginning June 5. The line's Celebrity Apex will debut from Athens (Piraeus), Greece, with stops around the Mediterranean, beginning June 19, while Celebrity Silhouette will sail from Southampton UK on 6- to 8-night voyages around the coastline of Britain, beginning July 3.

Silversea Cruises is suspending sailings through June 30, excluding the line's Silver Explorer, Silver Moon, and Silver Origin. Silver Moon is scheduled to sail from her new homeport Athens (Piraeus) on 10-night cruises featuring Israel and Cyprus, beginning June 18.

The Group’s return to sailing continues with announcements in the past 30 days of 8 more cruise ships that will be welcoming passengers beginning in June with "science-backed protocols", including vaccines.

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