The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued its “Framework for Conditional Sailing Order” a while in the past, and cruise strains are nonetheless making modifications to satisfy the necessities.
With the uncertainty nonetheless lingering, Princess Cruises has paused holidays on ships crusing via May 14, 2021. The firm had beforehand cancelled all departures via March 31, 2021 and the brand new delay impacts all sailings within the Caribbean, the California Coast, early season Alaska and Europe cruises.
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Jan Swartz, president of Princess Cruises states “We appreciate the patience from our loyal guests and travel advisors as we work to meet the health and safety requirements for our return to service. We continue to prepare our ships for our return to service and we are eager to see our guests back on board to create summertime memories.”
Those individuals that have booked on cancelled voyages have the option to receive a refundable Future Cruise Credit (FCC) that is equal to 100 percent of the cruise fare paid plus an additional non-refundable bonus FCC equal to 25 percent of the cruise fare paid. All FCCs can be used on any cruises booked by May 1, 2022 and sailing by December 31, 2022.
If you’d like to receive an FCC, no action is required. If you’d like a full cash refund for a booking, guests will need to use this online form. All requests should be made by Feb. 15, 2021 or you’ll routinely obtain the Future Cruise Credit possibility.
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