Due to restrictions and limitations with border and port access determined by government and health authorities and the continued uncertainty of airline travel as a consequence of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Princess Cruises declared it is cancelling its early 2021 Entire world Cruises and “Circle South America” cruises on two ships:
- Island Princess 2021 Entire world Cruise sailing from North America, which include related segments and remaining voyages sailing immediately prior
- Pacific Princess 2021 “Circle South America” sailing from Australia, including related positioning cruises
Company presently booked on these cancelled voyages will obtain a refundable Upcoming Cruise Credit score (FCC) equal to one hundred p.c of the cruise fare paid out, plus an extra non-refundable reward FCC equal to 25 p.c of the cruise fare paid. To obtain the over FCCs, no motion is required by the guest or their travel advisor. Alternatively, guests can forfeit the bonus FCC offer and request a refund for all dollars paid out on their booking by using this online variety. Note: Company have until September thirty, 2020 to elect a refund, or they will mechanically receive the default offer shown over.
Good to know: Princess will safeguard travel advisor commissions on bookings for cancelled cruises that have been paid out in total, in recognition of the crucial role they enjoy in the cruise line’s organization and achievements.
The most current information and instructions for booked attendees affected by these cancellations, and more information on FCCs and refunds, can be located on the net at www.princess.com.
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