Princess Cruises Extends Temporary Pause of Global Operations Through June 30 Due to Global COVID-19 Outbreak
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.
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|
Princess Cruises studies that the disembarkation of all guests onboard the Diamond Princess, which experienced been underneath quarantine in Yokohama, Japan, thanks to a coronavirus outbreak, is now entire. Professionals from the Princess Treatment Crew and Family Support programs stay offered to equally guests and workforce users, the cruise line claimed.
The cruise line claimed that there are now less than 500 of its workforce users on board, with some awaiting govt charter flights. For people workforce users who will not depart by govt charter flights, the cruise line claimed that it will have finalized ideas with the
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