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Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Announces Voluntary Suspension in U.S. Cruise Operations

More than 50 cruise lines are voluntarily and temporarily suspending operations to and from U.S. ports of call for 30 days as public health officials and the U.S. Government continue to address the unprecedented situation of the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

The temporary suspension took effect at 12:00AM EDT on 14 March 2020. CLIA ocean-going cruise lines are focused on the safe and smooth return of those currently at sea onboard ships that will be affected by this decision.

Here is the most current list of cruise lines who have suspended service:

Updated 5.15.2020


Cruise Lines

AMA Waterways

American Queen Steamboat Company

Avalon Waterways

Azamara

Carnival Cruise Line

Celebrity Cruises

Costa Cruises

Crystal Cruises

Cunard Line

Disney Cruise Line

Emerald Waterways

Holland America Line

Linblad Expeditions

MSC Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line

Oceania Cruises

  • All departures cancelled through May 14
  • Future cruise credit or refund policy for canceled sailings has been emailed to affected customers.
  • Travelers Assurance Program

Paul Gauguin Cruises

Ponant

Princess Cruises

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Royal Caribbean International

Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours

Seabourn

Silversea Cruises

Star Clippers

Tauck River Cruses

U River Cruises (formerly known as U by Uniworld)

Uniworld River

Victory Cruise Lines

Viking

Windstar Cruises


Tours & Guided Vacations

Brendan Vacations

Collette

Contiki

Cosmos

Costsaver

G Adventures

Globus

Insight Vacations

Luxury Gold

Monograms

Trafalgar