Cancellation

Seabourn Updates “Book with Confidence” Cancellation Policy

Seabourn has increased its “Book with Confidence” policy, which offers travelers with even far more overall flexibility, assurance and solutions to cancel their scheduling up to thirty times prior to departure on any new bookings and get a long run cruise credit. The increased policy, which now applies to 2021 departures, also consists of a new “Best Fare Guarantee” benefit.

For present and new bookings built by July 31, 2020 on sailings departing by December 31, 2021, company may well cancel up to thirty times prior to departure and get a a hundred % long run cruise credit of any

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Silversea Extends Commission Protection, Cancellation Policy

Silversea has shared with Luxurious Travel Advisor some significant plan updates to aid assist advisors at this complicated time. Among the them: Prolonged fee defense on voyages cancelled by Silversea and an expanded cancellation plan.

The luxury cruise line says it will now pay out commissions on cancelled voyages for all friends who have compensated in whole, no matter of irrespective of whether they pick income refunds or a Future Cruise Credit history (FCC). This is retroactive to Silversea’s initial cancellations in March. This plan will remain active until Silversea is capable to resume sailing, or until further discover.

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Marriott Provides Updates on Cancellation Policy and Bonvoy Status

In a statement on Wednesday, Marriott International president and CEO Arne M. Sorenson provided update on the company’s room cancellation policy and Marriott Bonvoy status and points expiration dates.

For guests with existing reservations for any future arrival date, including reservations with pre-paid rates that are typically more restrictive, Marriott will allow full changes or cancellation without a charge up to 24 hours prior to arrival, as long as the change or cancellation is made by June 30, 2020. Note that any changes to existing reservations will be subject to availability and any rate differences.

For guests making new reservations

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Princess, Carnival Revise Cancellation Policies Due to Coronavirus

Princess Cruises and Carnival Cruise Line have temporarily revised their cancellation policies due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Both new policies will be in effect for cruises and cruise tours departing through May 31. 

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Princess said that the details of its revised policy vary by departure date:

Date of Departure Policy Update
April 3 or earlier Cancel up to 72 hours before sailing to receive a Future Cruise Credit for 100 percent of the cancellation fees
April 4 – May 31 Cancel by March 31 and receive a Future Cruise Credit for 100 percent of the cancellation fees
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Silversea, Riviera River Cruises Update Cancellation Policies

Silversea and Riviera River Cruises have updated their cancellation and rebooking options for guests concerned about the coronavirus.

Silversea’s new rebooking options are as part of parent company Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.’s “Cruise With Confidence” initiative; the options build on the luxury cruise line’s new coronavirus cancellation policy, which it announced March 5. 

Guests on cruises departing before July 31, including both existing and new bookings, now have the additional option of cancelling their voyage as late as 48 hours prior to sailing. Guests who cancel will be provided with a Future Cruise Credit. 

As part of Silversea’s March 5

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