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A Total of three cruise ships impacted as MSC Cruises has extended its suspension of operations out of the United States.
Spanish cruise line Pullmantur which is partly owned by Royal Caribbean has filed for reorganization after being hit hard by the global pandemic.
As a result of the announcement by CLIA last week, Carnival Cruise Line has cancelled all cruises in North America through September 30, 2020.
Marella Cruises which is a UK-based cruise line has extended its pause on cruise operations towards the end of August 2020.
The CLIA has announced further cancellations from U.S. ports until September 15 and Carnival Cruise Line will provide an update on Monday.
The Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) has announced that cruise lines will extend the pause on operations from U.S. Ports for even longer.
Virgin Voyages has announced new health measures for when cruises resume on its brand new Scarlet Lady cruise ship.
Carnival which owns nine cruise brands around the world has revealed it will be disposing of six cruise ships in the next 90 days.
Paul Gauguin Cruises has announced a return to service in July 2020 to Tahiti and French Polynesia with the m/s Paul Gauguin cruise ship.