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Cruise lines around the world will be reopening this summer and fall as the cruise industry looks to start its recovery. 

There are a lot of factors that have to come together to make these sailings happen but one thing's for sure. 

People still want to cruise.

We will be choosing one cruise line to work with once the industry reopens to show what it's like to cruise in a post pandemic world so stay tuned to Travel Off Path!

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Important Note: These are projected sailing dates from each cruise line. Cruise line suspensions can be extended at anytime. This information is based on information directly from the official website for each Cruise Line. Sailings and reopening dates can change without notice. 

We do not endorse or encourage traveling against government and health travel advisories. 

The decision to travel is your responsibility. Contact your consulate and/or local authorities before booking travel.

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Cruise Lines Reopening Dates

AIDA Cruises

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AIDA Cruises has officially announced they will be reopening sailings on August 5th, 2020.

AIDA Cruises said on Thursday it would resume sailing operations in August, months after cruise operators were forced to pause voyages due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“In view of the gradual easing in intra-European travel, we are pleased that we can start our first short trips to the North and Baltic Seas in August 2020.” the official statement said. 

Read all the details on the reopening of AIDA cruises

Ama Waterways

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Ama Waterways has scheduled their reopening cruise for September 3rd, 2020.

The first sailing features the 7 night ‘Taste of Bordeaux‘ river cruise through Spain and France on the AmaDolce. 

AmaWaterway's summer schedule will largely depend on European regulations and the ability of North American travelers to fly

Reopening Health Protocols: Travel Off Path has reached out to Ama Waterways and will update this article when we hear back. 

American Cruise Lines

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American Cruise Lines has scheduled their reopening cruise for July 22nd, 2020.

The first sailing features an 11 day Grand New England cruise departing from Boston.

Reopening Health Protocols: Travel Off Path has reached out to American Cruise Lines and will update this article when we hear back. 

American Queen Steamboat Company

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The American Queen Steamboat Company has scheduled their tentative reopening cruise for August 15th, 2020 featuring a 9 day sailing from New Orleans to Memphis onboard the American Duchess.

Currently the CDC has a no sail order in place for the United States which isn't set to expire until September 15th. Since this is a river cruise, it's unclear if the no sail order applies to The American Queen Steamboat Company.

Reopening Health Protocols: American Queen Steamboat Company has launched health and safety procedures including pre-cruise screening, boarding procedures, sanitation measures, additional medical resources and ground transportation sanitation. 

Avalon Waterways

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Avalon Waterways has scheduled their reopening cruise for July 26th, 2020.

Avalon Waterways shows availability on July 26th, 2020 for a 6 day cruise from Frankfurt to Nuremburg  

Reopening Health Protocols: Avalon Waterways has launched extensive healthy and safety measures for their reopening. Protocols include social distancing measures, advanced technology including electrostatic disinfecting systems and UV disinfecting systems. No air is circulated between cabins. 

Azamara

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Azamara Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for September 19th, 2020 from Barcelona.

The 7 night sailing from Barcelona to Spain will be on the Azamara Pursuit.

Reopening Health Protocols: Azamara has implemented strict health and safety protocols including the following

  • Travel restrictions preventing guests and crew coming from or transiting through areas of high risk of infection/exposure from boarding a vessel.
  • Performing enhanced screening at the embarkation port
  • Providing hand sanitizing gel at boarding and throughout the voyage in all public areas 
  • Access to a 24-hour medical facility onboard with a doctor and nurses ready to provide medical care.
  • Working with our tour operators to sanitize transportation

Carnival Cruises

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Carnival Cruises has has scheduled their reopening cruise for September 25th, 2020. 

Australia Launch: The first cruise departing on September 25th will be from Sydney, Australia on the Carnival Splendor featuring a 4 day cruise with a stop at Moreton island. 

The second cruise departing on September 29th from Sydney, Australia will feature port stops in Mare, Mystery Island, Lifoe Isle and Noumea on the Carnival Splendor. 

 

US Launch: 4 Day Round Trip Cruise to the Bahamas on October 4th sailing aboard the Carnival Ecstasy

Here is everything you need to know including health and safety measures regarding the Carnival Cruise reopening.

Celebrity Cruises

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Celebrity Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise on September 16th, 2020

The first cruise will feature a 12 night Spain, France and Italian Riviera cruse departing from Barcelona on the Celebrity Apex

Read more information on the Celebrity Cruises reopening

Celestyal Cruises

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Celestyal Cruises has scheduled their reopening for March 6th, 2021

“We will now shift our full attention to developing both 2021 and 2022 business where we are seeing encouraging signs of pent-up demand and be well prepared to implement all enhanced health protocols that will ultimately be established by the EU and the countries where we operate,”

The Celestyal Crystal will be the first of its two vessels to return to sea when it embarks on the first of its seven-night “Three Continents” itinerary on March 6. The other ship, Celestyal Olympia will follow on March 15 when it sets out on its four-night “Iconic Aegean” route.

Costa Cruises

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Costa Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for August 13th, 2020.

The first sailing features a Japan cruise for 5 nights departing from Fukuoka on August 13th.

Costa has updated its cruise cancellation policy so that passengers are able to cancel right up until 48 hours before the cruise. 

Health and Safety Protocols: Costa has not yet announced their health and safety plan for the reopening of sailings. 

Stay tuned to the latest updates on their ‘cruising soon‘ page. 

Cruise and Maritime Voyages

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Cruise and Maritime Voyages has scheduled their reopening cruise for August 26th, 2020.

The first sailing features a 7 night River Seine Experience cruise departing from Liverpool.

Health and Safety Protocols: Crusie and Maritime Voages has not yet announced their health and safety plan for the reopening of sailings. 

Stay tuned to this page for updates. 

Crystal Cruises

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Crystal Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for October 1st, 2020

The first sailing on October 1st features a 7 night cruise from Miami to San Juan on the Crystal Serenity.

Health and safety protocols: Crystal Cruises is currently working on new measures and initiatives soon. 

Crystal cruises is will known for offering double the space per person of similar size ships. 

Cunard

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Cunard has scheduled their reopening cruise for November 4th, 2020

The first sailing features a 12 night Norway and Northern light adventure on the Queen Victoria departing from Southampton.

Port stops include Stavanger, Alesund, Narvik and Tromso.

Health and safety protocols: Cunard has not yet released their reopening health protocols. Stay tuned to their alert page for more information. 

Disney Cruise Line

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Disney Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for October 4th, 2020.

The first Disney Cruise available will be a 5 night sailing from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas on October 4th, 2020, according to the sailings available on their website. 

Disney Cruises October reopening will feature 17 itineraries on board the following Disney ships:

  • Disney Fantasy
  • Disney Dream
  • Disney Wonder
  • Disney Magic

See more information including health and safety protocols on the Disney Cruise reopening.

Dream Cruises 

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Dream Cruises has scheduled their reopening sailings from September 2nd, 2020.

A company statement on the recent delay read “Genting Dream is tentatively scheduled to commence her deployment in Singapore from 31 July 2020 onwards, subject to further confirmation from the local authorities. Any inconvenience is regrettable and we thank you for your kind understanding on this necessary change of itinerary”

As there are no cruises for sale in August, we believe Dream Cruises will not officially sail until September. We will update this article if it changes. 

According to the official Dream Cruises website, the first sailing available is on September 2nd, 2020 featuring a 2 night sailing from Singapore on the the Genting Dream. 

Health and Safety Protocols: Dream Cruises has not released any official updates at this time for reopening. 

Emerald Waterways

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Emerald Waterways has scheduled their reopening cruise for September 5th, 2020.

One of the first Emerald Waterways cruises available will be a 7 day sailing from Amsterdam to Basel on September 5th, 2020. 

Health and Safety Protocols: 

According to Emerald Waterways, “Emerald Waterways will ensure that we adhere to the highest of hygiene and cleaning protocol on all ships and all tours when operating. Thorough cleaning will be conducted regularly, and hand sanitisers are located throughout the ship to ensure the highest level of personal hygiene while on board. 

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines

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Fred Olsen Cruise Line has scheduled their reopening cruise for September 1st, 2020.

The first Fred Olsen cruise available will be a 28 night round trip sailing from Dover, United Kingdom featuring stops in Greece, Ukraine, Georgia, Turkey and Russia. 

Health and Safety Protocols: The Fred Olsen Cruise Line website states “we’re busy ensuring everything is ready for when the time is right to cruise again. We can’t wait to set sail and show you the world again very soon.”

Holland America Line

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Holland America has scheduled their reopening cruise for September 27th, 2020.

The first Holland American Cruise available is a 26 day south-pacific crossing departing from Seattle Washington to Sydney, Australia.  

Note* Australia has not made an announcement that they will reopen their borders, so this cruise could be postponed but is still listed on their website for sale.  

Health and Safety Protocols: Holland America has implemented numerous sanitation measures and are listening to the advice of medial experts and authorities. See the prevention measures Holland America has taken so far. 

Hurtigruten Cruises

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Hurtigruten cruises has reopened as of June 16th, 2020.

The first voyage was the MS Finnmarken that departed Bergen on 16 June, 2020.  

The following voyages will be on MS Richard on 19 June, MS Trollfjord on 21 June, and MS Midnatsol on 24 June.

The four ships will sail their original routes back and forth between Bergen and Kirkenes.

Further restart and sailings for other ships will be considered dependent on national and international travel restrictions and government support 

Hurtigruten cruises has already rolled out their health and safety protocols. See what you can expect on board.

Jalesh Cruises

Jalesh Cruises
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Jalesh cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for September 21st, 2020.

The first voyage will be a 3 day, 2 night round trip cruise from Mumbai to Diu. 

Jalesh Cruises has yet to release their Covid-19 prevention measures for their October launch but we will update the information here as soon as they do. 

Marella Cruises

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Marella Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for August 28th, 2020.

The first voyage available on the website is a 7 night Adriatic Explorer Cruise on the Marella Explorer.

Marella Cruises has yet to release their Covid-19 prevention measures for their October launch but we will update the information here as soon as they do. 

 

MSC Cruises

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MSC cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for August 1st, 2020.

The first cruise is scheduled to depart on August 1st for a 7 night Mediterranean sailing.

According to the MSC website, 14 cruise ships are scheduled to depart that day.

See the complete list of MSC ships and destinations scheduled for August

Health and Safety Protocols: MSC Cruises will soon announce the support of a new operating protocol especially focused on health and safety and that covers the guest cruise experience from booking all the way to disembarkation. 

Norwegian Cruises

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Norwegian cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for October 1st, 2020.

According to the Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) website, one of the first sailings is a 4 day cruise departing from Miami on the Norwegian Sky to the Bahamas. 

Health and Safety Protocols:

Norwegian Cruise Lines is the first major cruise line to announce their reopening health and safety protocols. Watch the new video

See the 10 ports Norwegian will be departing from in October/November and everything you need to know about the relaunch

Oceana Cruises

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Oceania cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for October 4th, 2020. 

According to Oceania website, one of the first sailings is a 17 day cruise from Lisbon to Monte Carlo

Health and Safety Protocols:

Oceania Cruises has yet to release their Covid-19 prevention measures for their October launch but we will update the information here as soon as they do. 

Paul Gauguin Cruises

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Paul Gauguin Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for July 29th, 2020. 

“We hope you and all of your loved ones are well. We are pleased to announce that we are resuming our Tahiti and French Polynesia voyages starting in July 2020 and have released our comprehensive “Covid-Safe Protocol.”

According to the Paul Gauguin cruise website, the first sailings is a 10 night cruise through the Society Islands

Ponant Cruises

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Ponant Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for July 11th, 2020. 

According to the Pontant cruise website, one of the the first sailings is a 7 night France Cruise.

Health and Safety Protocols:

Ponant Cruises has yet to release their Covid-19 prevention measures for their July launch but we will update the information here as soon as they do. 

P&O Cruises

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P&O Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for October 16th, 2020. 

According to the P&O Cruise website, one of the the first sailings is a 14 night transatlantic cruise from Southampton to Barbados on the Azura. 

Health and Safety Protocols:

P&O Cruises has yet to release their Covid-19 prevention measures for their October launch but we will update the information here as soon as they do. 

They did release the following statement regarding health and safety.

“Along with the rest of the world, we will adapt. We will work closely with medical experts and global authorities to help us determine the best way to move forward while honouring our highest responsibility – the health, safety, and wellbeing of our guests, crew and communities we visit, along with compliance and environmental protection.”

Princess Cruises

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Princess Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for September 19th, 2020. 

The following Princess Cruise Ships are scheduled to be reopening for sailings in September:

  • Majestic Princess
  • Sapphire Princess
  • Coral Princess 

The first sailing is scheduled for a 30 day around Australia cruise from Sydney.

See the complete list of port destinations and everything you need to know about the Princess Cruises Reopening.

Pullmantur Cruises

Pullmantur Cruises
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Travel Off Path does not recommend booking with Pullmantur Cruises at this time. On Monday, June 21st, 2020, Spanish cruise operator Pullmantur Cruises, which is partly owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises, has filed for reorganization under Spanish insolvency laws, Royal Caribbean Cruises said Monday.

“Despite the great progress the company made to achieve a turnaround in 2019 and its huge engagement and best efforts of its dedicated employees, the headwinds caused by the pandemic are too strong for Pullmantur to overcome without a reorganization,” Pullmantur’s board of directors said in a statement.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

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Regent Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for October 4th, 2020. 

According to the Regent cruise website, the first sailings is a 10 night cruise from Athens to Istanbul onboard the Seven Seas Splendor. 

Health and Safety Protocols: Regent Seven Seas cruises has already launched a full reopening plan including health and sanitation measures to protect their guests. 

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

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Ritz Carlton Yacht Collection has announced sailings will finally launch on April 22, 2021

According to the Ritz Carlton Websites, the first sailings is a 9 night cruise from Lisbon to Palma De Mallorca.

Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean symphony of the seas sailing in ocean
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Royal Caribbean is targeted to reopen sailings for September 18th, 2020

China Reopening: The first scheduled reopening sailing departs August 19th, 2020 from Shanghai on a 4 night cruise from Beijing to Japan

United States Reopening: One of the first scheduled reopening sailings departs on September 18th, 2020 from Miami on a 3 night round trip cruise to the Bahamas.

We will update this article with the first sailing once they have updated their website accordingly. 

Read all the information on Royal Caribbean's Cruise Reopening.

Saga Cruises

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Saga Cruises is targeted to reopen sailings on September 9th, 2020

The first sailing features a 7 night Norway cruise from Newcastle. 

Health and Safety Protocols: 

Travel Off Path has reached out to Saga Cruises for an update on their health protocols and will update this article soon as we hear back. 

Seabourn

seabourn cruise ship docked by green mountain
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Seabourn Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for October 14th, 2020. 

According to the Seabourn website, the first sailings is a 33 Day Panama Canal Cruise from Los Angeles to Miami.

Health and Safety Protocols: 

“During the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to work in close coordination with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and other global health experts, to develop enhanced procedures and protocols to further elevate our already high standards for health and safety on board our ships,” Seabourn stated on their website. 

For more information regarding Seabourn's health and safety plan for reopening see their ‘Traveling and Staying Healthy‘ page. 

SeaDream Yacht Club

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SeaDream Yacht Club reopened on June 20th, 2020.

“We are pleased to announce that we are resuming operations this summer. The first voyage starts on June 20th from the picturesque city of Bergen, Norway, where SeaDream 1 will head along the Norwegian coastline to Oslo, the proud Norwegian Captial – and coincidentally where SeaDream’s European office is located.” 

Health and Safety Protocols: 

Travel Off Path has reached out to SeaDream Yacht Club for an update on their health protocols and will update this article soon as we hear back. 

Scenic Luxury Cruises

Scenic Luxury Cruises
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Scenic Luxury Cruises has scheduled their reopening river cruise for September 15th, 2020

Scenic Luxury Cruises has scheduled a reopening 7 night sailing from Cambodia to Vietnam on September 15, 2020.

Health and Safety Protocols: 

According to Scenic Luxury cruises “Scenic will ensure that we adhere to the highest of hygiene and cleaning protocol on all ships and all tours when operating. Thorough cleaning will be conducted regularly, and hand sanitizers are located throughout the ship to ensure the highest level of personal hygiene whilst on board.”

Silversea Cruises

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Silversea Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for August 22nd, 2020. 

According to the Silversea website, the first sailings is a 7 day Galapagos Islands Cruise from Baltra to San Cristobal. 

View the launch dates of the entire Silversea fleet.

Health and Safety Protocols: 

In an email to Travel Off Path, Communications Director, Matthew Scott said “Silversea always implements the most rigid sanitary protocols to ensure the highest possible hygiene standards on our ships, with the health and safety of our guests and crew as our top priority. The company is using the current idle time to evaluate additional measures to address physical distancing protocols and to ensure that all necessary precautions are in place to resume safe and healthy cruising when the time is right.

Some of the enhancements Silversea is working on include:

  • Enhanced personalized service to ensure there there are no self-service options.
  • Physical but not social distancing: With the limited number of passengers on board, it is relatively easy for Silversea to guarantee physical, but not social, distancing on their ships. Guests will still be able to meet other like-minded passengers and share a wonderful culinary experience together… at a bigger table than usual.
  • Enhanced sanitation protocols including the strictest of sanitation procedures and regular cleaning of all surfaces
  • A ‘closed loop experience' that will ensure each step of the guest experience is controlled so that passengers and crew follow all enhanced procedures
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Uniworld River Cruises

Uniworld River Cruises
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Uniworld River Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for August 2nd, 2020. 

 Uniworld stated “As a result of the current global travel restrictions, all Uniworld voyages have been suspended through July 31, 2020.”

According to the Uniworld River Cruises website, one of the first sailings will be a 15 day river cruise from Paris to Bordeaux.

Health and Safety Protocols: 

Uniworld River Cruises has developed and announced  extensive health and sanitation protocols in preparation for their relaunch. 

Viking Ocean Cruises

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Viking Ocean Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for September 5th, 2020

According to the Viking Ocean website, one of the first sailings will be a 15 day cruise from Bergen, Norway to Stockholm, Sweden on the Viking Sun. 

Health and Safety Protocols: 

Travel Off Path has reached out to Viking Ocean cruises for an update on their health and safety protocols and will update this article soon as we hear back. 

Viking River Cruises

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Viking River Cruises has scheduled their reopening cruise for August 30th, 2020

According to the Viking River Cruises website, one of the first sailings will be a 10 day cruise from Lisbon to Porto, Portugal on the Viking Osfrid.

Health and Safety Protocols: 

Travel Off Path has reached out to Viking River Cruises for an update on their health and safety protocols and will update this article soon as we hear back. 

Virgin Voyages

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Virgin Voyages has announced their first cruise will be on October 16th, 2020

“As of right now, our first sailing is planned for October 16th, 2020. We’re focused on being ready to get back on the open ocean with some exciting innovations focused on protecting the well-being of both our Sailors and our incredible Crew — which we’ll update you on soon,” stated the Virgin Voyages website. 

According to the Virgin Voyages website, the first sailing will be a 5 night round trip cruise from Miami to the Dominican Republic on the Scarlet Lady. 

Health and Safety Protocols: 

Travel Off Path has reached out to Virgin Voyages for an update on their health and safety protocols and will update this article soon as we hear back. Read more about their inaugural sailing.

VIVA Cruises

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VIVA Cruises has announced their first river cruise will be on July 10th, 2020

The first cruise features a 4 night round trip sailing on July 10th, 2020 from Frankfurt, Germany on the MS Treasures.

Health and Safety Protocols:

VIVA has announced the following for their cruising reopening

  • Screening of guests before the start of the cruise by means of a comprehensive health questionnaire from the WHO (World Health Organisation) and compulsory temperature checks
  • Reduced number of passengers on board for optimal social distancing
  • Contactless check-in experience
  • Compulsory facemasks on board when walking around the ship
  • Table service for all meals (buffet services removed) and increase of table distance
  • Meals and activities will be arranged in time slots to lower the capacity of communal areas

Windstar Cruises

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Windstar Cruises has announced their first cruise will be on September 9th, 2020. 

“Wind Spirit will resume sailing in Tahiti with its first cruise departing on September 9th, 2020 and other yachts will follow later in 2020 and 2021,” stated the Windstar Cruises website. 

According to the Windstar Cruises website, the first sailing will be an 8 day Tahiti cruise.

Health and Safety Protocols: 

Windstar has launched an extensive Covid-19 prevention program including the ‘Windstar Wave' to help protect the health and safety of it's passengers. 

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Cruise Line Scheduled Reopening Dates:

  • AIDA Cruises – August 5th, 2020
  • AmaWaterways – September 3rd, 2020
  • American Queen Steamboat – August 15th, 2020
  • American Cruise Lines – July 22nd, 2020
  • Avalon Waterways – July 20th, 2020
  • Azamara – September 19th, 2020
  • Carnival Cruise Line – September 25th, 2020
  • Celebrity Cruises – August 1st, 2020
  • Celestyal Cruises – Mach 6th, 2021
  • Costa Cruises – August 13th, 2020
  • Crystal Cruises – October 1st, 2020
  • Cunard – November 4th, 2020
  • Cruise and Maritime Voyages – August 26th, 2020
  • Disney Cruise Line – October 4th, 2020
  • Dream Cruises – September 2nd, 2020
  • Emerald Waterways – September 5th, 2020
  • Fred Olson Cruise Lines – September 1st, 2020
  • Holland America Line – September 27th, 2020
  • Hurtigruten Cruises – June 16th, 2020
  • Jalesh Cruises – September 21st, 2020
  • Marella Cruises – August 28th, 2020
  • MSC Cruises – August 1st, 2020
  • Norwegian Cruise Line – October 1st, 2020
  • Oceania Cruises – October 4th, 2020
  • Paul Gauguin Cruises – July 29th – 2020
  • Ponant – July 11th, 2020
  • P&O Cruises – October 16th, 2020
  • Princess Cruises – September 19th, 2020
  • Regent Seven Seas Cruises – October 4th, 2020
  • Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection – April 22nd, 2021
  • Royal Caribbean – September 18th, 2020
  • Seabourn – October 14th, 2020
  • SeaDream Yacht Club – June 20th, 2020
  • Scenic Luxury Cruises – September 15th, 2020
  • Silversea Cruises- August 22nd, 2020
  • Uniworld River Cruises – August 2nd, 2020
  • Viking Ocean – September 5th, 2020
  • Viking River – August 30th, 2020
  • Virgin Voyages – October 16th, 2020
  • VIVA Cruises July 10th, 2020
  • Windstar Cruises –September 9th, 202

Important Reminder: These dates are scheduled reopening dates and can change at anytime. We do NOT recommend traveling against health and government advisories. 

We do our best to keep this article updated daily as reopening cruise schedules are constantly changing. Please let us know in the comments if you see an update Travel Off Path has missed. We appreciate the help. 

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