I think this is probably why no confirmation of canceled cruises yet. But I also think that trying to predict where it will be ok to cruise in this new "whack a mole" world is near impossible.That being said, I strongly suspect DCL is waiting - because they want to have alternative itineraries announced for both the Magic and the Wonder when they cancel the alaskan (impacted by the Canada ban) and mediterranean cruises. Researching and setting up these alternate cruise itineraries will take some time....
Royal Caribbean just extended their cancellations another 30 days.
Another 30 days on top of their previous round of cancellations puts them at 5/11. I assume DCL will make their announcement soon as well. That means my cruise won’t be happening but I’ve prepared myself...all of that planning down the drain. I really don't know when I'll cruise again but I would prefer to wait until there is a vaccine available. The cruise credit will be tempting but I think I'll just take the refund at this point.Royal Caribbean just extended their cancellations another 30 days.
I read they debarked around 400 people from the Magic yesterday. Not sure if it's true and what it meansUnless I've missed it, DCL seem to be the only major line that hasn't started debarking their crew.
I don't know what that means though.
If they're planning on sailing again soon so dont want to have to deal with crew and flights and countries in lockdown?
If they just want to keep their crew safe (which from my experience working for them would definitely be a PR thing rather than genuinely caring about their crew)?
Or, other cruise lines are just more realistic?