Having previously announced the suspension of its ship operations until April 3rd, Costa Cruises has announced it is extending the suspension until the end of April.
“Due to the protracted emergency situation for the global pandemic of COVID-19 and the further introduction of containment measures – such as port closures and restrictions on the movement of people – which do not actually allow to operate, Costa Cruises has decided to extend the voluntary suspension of its cruises until April 30, 2020.”
As previously communicated, the cruises currently underway are ending their current itinerary only to allow guests to disembark and return home.
Costa Cruises North America is taking steps to inform North American travel agents and customers affected by the changes that they will receive a future cruise credit voucher of 150% of the fare paid, to enhance the compensation provided.
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Somebody has come out made it official! Royal Caribbean (all three sister lines)- no way they’re ready to go April 12.