Carnival Cruise Line Announces Cruise Cancellations Through Early 2021

by McNab Editorial Team
Carnival Glory

In a recent announcement, Carnival Cruise Line released the news that they are cancelling more cruises for early 2021. The cruise line cited the main reason behind this was their need to continue to build and implement its plan to meet the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) framework set forth for resumption of cruise operations.

Further details of Carnival’s Cruise Cancellations

In further detail, all embarkations from U.S. home ports from January 1 through January 31, 2021 are cancelled. In addition, cruise departures from Baltimore, Charleston, SC, Jacksonville, FL, Long Beach, CA, Mobile, AL, New Orleans and San Diego through February 28 have been cancelled.  Finally, embarkations through March 26 by Carnival Legend from Tampa have been cancelled.

This announcement comes in addition to the previously cancelled itineraries on four ships (Magic, Paradise, Valor and Victory/Radiance). That is as well as operations in Australia through March 2, 2021.

Read more on the Carnival Cancellations here.

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