Royal Caribbean Group is suspending more sailings, as the cruise sector approaches the first anniversary of cancelled voyages amid the pandemic.
Royal Caribbean International is now suspending sailings until April 30, including Spectrum of the Seas from February 16-28, but excluding Quantum of the Seas.
Celebrity Cruises will suspend sailings until April 30, including the May 1 transatlantic cruise on Celebrity Apex.
Europe and transatlantic cruises on Celebrity Edge and Celebrity Constellation will also be suspended from May to October 2021.
Silversea Cruises will suspend operations to April 1, and Azamara won’t resume until April 30.
Royal Caribbean International’s Quantum of the Seas resumed sailing in Singapore last month with the local government’s CruiseSafe Certification.
This certification confirms the three- and four-night Ocean Getaways meet the health and safety requirements developed by the Singapore government.
Royal Caribbean Group continues to work with its Healthy Sail Panel of scientific and medical experts towards a resumption of operations in other destinations.
More: Coronavirus: Royal Caribbean Cruises to deliver one million surgical masks to China [February 12, 2020]
Coronavirus: Cruise lines cancel and change itineraries amid mounting travel restrictions [February 12, 2020]
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