US Cruises on hold until September 15th

And another one bites the dust..

Looks like I will re-book for next year

https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/cruises/2020/06/19/us-cruise-ban-cruises-suspended-until-sept-15-industry-group-clia/3222379001/

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I certainly can't put a thumbs up on this. At this rate our January Princess cruise may be in jeopardy. Crying

So sad .. :( ... some day we will cruise again

I know.. my parents are doing the 14 day Panama Canal trip in November. I hope they get to go. If not, maybe we can plan a big family one for next year.

I am bummed, but I am not. I kinda had the feeling when all of the Aug and Sept cruises vanished from the website 2 days ago. History repeating it's self... I've already started looking at a future cruise and think we may end up on the Breeze or Dream out of Galveston..

It is all up in the air. Gonna take a while for it all to work out.

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!

I just wish that the cruise lines would be more transparent with why they keep having all these delays. We lay down thousands of dollars for our vacations, we deserve some type of an explanation.

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They want to stay as fluid and changeable as possible and tell anyone as little as possible because they have no clue what is going on, it changes daily and they do not want to expose themselves to any further litigation.

They're not in control. Unfortunate the industry as a whole is unable to find some forward momentum.

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