NCL itineraries are paused until February 28th, while Regent and Oceana Voyages have been halted trough to 31 March.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, which operates the brands Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas, has announced today the extension of the suspension of its trips due to the pandemic.
Suspension includes all voyages on Norwegian Cruise Line with cruises on January 1 and February 28 2021, and some itineraries planned for March 2021, as well as all Ocenia and Regent Seven Seas voyages, with departure date between January 1 and March 31, 2021.
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The Company assures that it will continue to work with governments and local public health authorities, and with the team of International Experts of the Healthy Sail Panel, in order to take the necessary measures to protect its passengers, crew and the communities visited.
This health entity, created in June by NCL and Royal Caribbean Group, has recently presented its recommendations to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States. A series of suggestions can be used as a guide to public health and preventive measures by all cruise companies.
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