More cancellations, Cunard and Princess into and beyond March 2021

Carnival has been busy with cancellations.Princess has cancelled some cruises to March 2021 and some beyond

https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/2020/08/25/cruise-lines-are-already-canceling-sailings-into-2021/

while sister Cunard has done the same

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-hampshire-53904221

and here

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/carnival-shares-drop-princess-cunard-074112228.html

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My Princess cruise is still a go.Happy

What a shame, but it's probably for the best. They have to think of the safety of their passengers, I get that, but I do miss cruising!

More cruise lines will follow Princess and Cunard.

It is the state of the world we live in. Too much unpredictability in the travel realm just yet.

They mentioned FT Lauderdale. Does that mean the port is closed?

Up until yesterday (Aug 31st), Celebrity was still selling cruises for Nov & Dec 2020. Checked the site today and all 2020 is off the site. Perhaps a sign of continued cancellation through the end of the year for the RCL group.

Rechecked and the 2020 dates are back in the planner...

We’re supposed to be on Cunard in August. We are doing a 2 week voyage on Celebrity, then coming home on the QM2. Hopefully.

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