WASHINGTON | The cruise line, Carnival Cruise Line announced Monday that all of its cruises in north american and australian would be cancelled until 31 July due to the pandemic, before a recovery is very gradual, starting in August, the departure of three ports in the United States only.
All of the cruises the company, which operates from North America and Australia, are cancelled until 31 July, while the Covid-19 paralyzes the tourist activity in the world.
From the 1st of August, eight of the 28 ships of Carnival Cruise Line will resume service, initially only from Miami and Port Canaveral (Florida), and Galveston (Texas).
“All the other cruises departing from North America and Australia will be cancelled until August 31,” said the cruise line in a press release.
Two cruises, scheduled for September and October between Vancouver and Honolulu, and between Honolulu and Brisbane are also cancelled.
Carnival Cruise Line is part of the group Carnival, which brings together several cruise lines in North America and Europe, including Princess, Costa, or even P&O.