Princess Extend Pause of Operations Until Summer

Princess Extend Pause of Operations Until Summer

Today, Princess Cruise Line announced the extension of global ships operations and cancel select voyages through the end of summer and early fall. Princess extend pause of operation until summer and said the based on current situation we believe it would be challenging to deliver on our shared purpose, which is to share our hearts to share our world.

Princess Extend Pause of Operations Until Summer.

Princess Cruises is a Cruise line Owned by Carnival Corporation and they have more then 30,000 crew members. They believe the safety of guest and crew members should be on priority basis.

And CDC already announced No Sail Order for All Cruise Ships until further notice. If any Cruise company need embarkation and disembarkation of any guest or crew then they will have to take permission of CDC.

Most of the cruise line are expecting to resume on service on July 1, 2020 like Norwegian but some of cruise company are not resuming on before October.

Seabourn Cruise company also announce its extension until October and November. They announce 5 ships extension, Seabourn Odyssey, Seabourn Sojourn, Seabourn Quest, Seabourn Encore, Seabourn Ovation.

Seabourn Extend their 5 ships and Expecting to resume on service on October and November 2020

Details and instructions regarding future cruise

Princess Cruises also announced regarding future cruise credits and refund guest credit. They said we will refunds for booked guests affected by these cancellations.

Guest can found all the details regarding refunds of booked future cruise with Princess Cruise Line.

Princess Cruise Line is incredibly sad that this unprecedented period has had such a terrible impact across the globe and will have a significant impact on the livelihoods of our teammates, business partners and the communities we visit.

We look forward to the day when our ships sail again, and we can welcome back our beautiful teammates to serve our lovely guests.

For more details you can visits on official website.

Seabourn Extends pause to five Ship into Oct., Nov. 2020

Seabourn Extends pause to five Ship into Oct., Nov. 2020
Seabourn Extends pause to five Ship into Oct., Nov. 2020

Today morning in Seattle the Seabourn announced the voluntary pause of their Five ships. All the five ships will be extended through October, November 2020.

Earlier Seabourn announced their paused in global sail operations from March 14 to June 30, 2020 but due to global pandemic its impossible to resume in service on expectation date. So they modified their extension on paused and they announced again.

The specific details of all theses five ships are mention below:

Seabourn Odyssey: The Europe season will be paused due to global pandemic and they are expecting to resume on service on November 20, 2020.

Seabourn Sojourn: Alaska/ British Columbia season will be paused until October 12, 2020, and expected to resume on service on Octobern13, 2020.

Seabourn Quest: The Canada/ New England season will be paused until November 5, 2020 and they are expecting to resume on service on November 6, 2020.

Seabourn Encore: Encore sail in Europe and this time Europe sailing will be paused until October 18, 2020 and they are expecting to resume on service on October 19, 2020.

Seabourn Ovation: The Ovation also does Europe sailing and this time the Europe season will be paused until November 5, 2020, and they are expecting to resume on service on November 6, 2020.

Guest Will Receive Future Cruise Credit

All the guests who plan to sail with these five Cruise Ship until October and November will receive 125% future cruise credit both paid in Full and Under deposit, Under deposit will get plus an onboard credit of $300 per suite. For more detail, you can visit Seabourn.com.

CDC( Center for Disease Control and Prevention ) announced No Sail Order for all Cruise Ships until further notice. Due to the current situation it is very important to everyone to stay home to stay safe.

Related: CDC announced No Sail Order for all Cruise Ships

NEAR TO IMPOSSIBLE FOR RESUME ON SERVICE

NEAR TO IMPOSSIBLE FOR RESUME ON SERVICE
NEAR TO IMPOSSIBLE FOR RESUME ON SERVICE

As per the current action plan of Cruise Ships Company, it’s look line near to impossible for resume on service in 2020. All the Cruise companies are struggling to repatriate their crew members back home due to the restriction of air fly. Because of air restriction most of the Cruise ship companies are using their own ships to repatriate their crew members. And it seems like near to impossible for resume on service soon.

Most of the Cruise companies are expecting to resume on service on July 1, 2020 Like Norwegian Cruise Line.

Carnival cancels all North America sailing until June 26, 2020, and expected to resume on service on June 27, 2020.

The CDC working for the health and safety of guests and crew members, They also concern about the health and safety surrounding the United States people.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention already announced for No Sail Order for All Cruise Ships until further notice.

When Cruise Company will resume on Service?

As we all know we are facing a global crisis of corona-virus and all the industries are shut down and it’s seems like near to impossible to resume on service again.

All the Cruise Company are expecting to resume on service but no one is 100% sure they will resume on service or not.

Some of the countries strictly refused to dock the ships on port and not even allowed to enter the country Like Australia, Canada, and New England.

It’s very hard for the Cruise ship company to promise their guest as well as crew when they will resume on service.

I personally think we all need to wait until the solution of the virus to confirm any expected date of service.

Note: Why all the cruise company are repatriating their 90% crew members back home?

Because the cruise company is also not sure that when they will resume on service, They are just expecting to resume on service for 2 months.

And keeping crew members on board is really very expensive for a long time so the cruise company decided to keep only 10% crew onboard who recently join the ship rest all will go home.

Related:Why all 18 Carnival Ships are in Bahamas?

Cruise company informed their crew members” Since we do not know when the ships are going to be put back in service, we can not provide you with a good estimate on when you are going to be called back for service”.

Conclusion: The cruise company are very much sure about their future plan and expectation. And we all are aware of the global pandemic so it’s very hard for them to resume on service in 2020.

I believe if everything will be normal and we do not have any vaccine of the virus then ships will not resume for service. Because this industry carries millions of people from one place to another place in a month and if there is a single positive case found onboard then it will be worst for everyone.

So we need to cross the finger and pray to god please find some solution for us and bless us like previous.