Every holiday firm has taken a hit over lockdown.
People hoping to go backpacking, on a short city break, big holidays and cruises have been hit.
Cruise companies have especially been hit as they remain suspended until at least the end of this year.
Some aren’t going to be sailing until next year.
Some of the biggest cruise lines have shared the information and when they are looking to restart sailings, reports Mirror Online.
The cruise lines are listed in alphabetical order to make life a little easier.
It’s also worth noting that the information is correct at the time of writing, but may be subject to change.
Cunard has suspended all operations until 2021, across its three ships Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria.
The company says that it is contacting affected guests and travel agents. All guests who have their sailing cancelled will automatically receive 125% Future Cruise Credit, or can fill out the online form for a 100% refund.
Changes are also being made to its 2021 itineraries, with a change to Queen Elizabeth’s destinations. Due to sail to destinations including Australia and Japan, all of her cruises between March and December 2021 have been cancelled, with a new programme being introduced focused on the British Isles as well as European destinations.
You can read more updates on the Cunard website.
All Balmoral sailings are cancelled up to 9th December, and Black Watch sailings up to 22nd December.
All Braemar departures are cancelled up to 20th March 2021, while Boudicca’s Grand Voyage sectors departing up until 11th March 2021 have also been cancelled.
You can find out more on the Fred. Olsen website.
Due to the current restrictions, MSC has cancelled cruises for UK and Irish guests, offering a number of options including 125% Future Cruise Credit.
However, the cruise line has been tentatively resuming some sailings, including MSC Grandiosa itineraries in the Mediterranean which resumed last month, departing from Genoa.
However, it has since been forced to delay new sailings on board MSC Magnifica due to a ‘softening in demand’, currently delayed until the 26th September.
You can find out more on the MSC Cruises website.
The cruise line has extended its suspension of all operations until the 12th November 2020.
Due to the ongoing uncertainty with travel restrictions, the company has also cancelled Aurora’s Caribbean and South America Adventure and Arcadia’s World Cruise holidays from January – March 2021.
You can find out more on the P&O Cruises website.
Princess Cruises has a dedicated page for its latest cruise cancellations, including up-to-date information on cruises which may be impacted.
A number of sailings to Asia, the Caribbean, California Coast, Hawaii, Japan, Mexico, Panama Canal, South America & Antarctica, and Tahiti/South Pacific have been cancelled until the 15th December 2020.
All Australia and New Zealand cruises have been cancelled until the 18th December 2020.
Early 2021 World Cruises and Circle South America cruises on Island Princess and Pacific Princess have been cancelled.
Affected guests will be contacted and offered a number of options including full cruise credit and, in some instances, a bonus 25% extra credit to use on future bookings.
You can find out more on the Princess Cruises website.
Royal Caribbean has suspended all sailings until 31st October 2020, with aims to resume operations from the 1st November 2020.
However, in some instances, the cancellations are expected to be kept for longer:
European & Transatlantic sailings are cancelled through the end of November 2020.
Australia sailings through December 31st, 2020.
Odyssey of the Seas sailings from November 5th, 2020 through April 17th, 2021 will be cancelled.
Liberty of the Seas’ amplification has been postponed to a later date, and the ship will now sail to Galveston earlier than planned – this also means that a Jewel of the Seas cruises in February 2021 has also been cancelled.
You can find out more on the Royal Caribbean website.
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Saga is not operating any holidays in September and October, which includes its ocean cruises.
Spirit of Adventure’s inaugural cruise is set to sail on the 5th November 2020, however its Christmas Sights of Amsterdam itinerary in December has been cancelled.
Spirit of Discovery is set to return to service on 16th December 2020. This means that its November cruises to the Canary Islands have been cancelled.
All guests affected by cancelled cruises are being offered the option to amend to a future cruise with an additional 10% discount, or receive a full refund.
You can find the latest updates on the Saga Holidays website.
TUI has two cruise lines; Marella Cruises for ocean cruises, and a new TUI River Cruises offering.
Marella Cruises has currently canceled all sailings up to and including the 15th November 2020. Meanwhile, all sailings on Marella Celebration are currently cancelled.
Meanwhile, TUI previously announced the cancellation of all TUI River Cruises travelling on or before 25 November 2020.
You can find out more on the TUI website.
Viking has suspended all its scheduled cruises until 2021.
All guests impacted by the cancellations will be offered a 125 per cent future cruise credit, or they can opt for a full refund, which needs to be applied for by August 24.
You can find out more on the Viking Cruises website.