LONDRA - COVID-19 salgınının bir sonucu olarak dünya çapında hizmeti geçici olarak askıya alan okyanus ve nehir gezisi hatları nedeniyle, gemi seyahati endüstrisindeki görünüşte dakika dakika değişiklikleri takip etmek zor olabilir. .
Çoğu kruvaziyer hattı, liman kapanmalarıyla karşı karşıya kaldıktan sonra bu arada seferlerine gönüllü olarak ara verdi. Uçuşlar dahil uygun altyapı eksikliği; ve ülkeden ülkeye değişen seyahat kısıtlamalarının artması da durumu etkiledi.
Bir çok kruvaziyer şirketini temsil eden Uluslararası Cruise Lines Derneği CLIA, operasyonları 31 Ekim'e kadar askıya alma kararı verdi. Askıya alma işlemlerine ek olarak, ABD Hastalık Kontrol ve Önleme Merkezleri (CDC) “Sefer Yok” uyarısını güncelledi.
16 Temmuz'da veya ABD sularında faaliyet gösteren 250'den fazla gemide yolcu ve mürettebat kaldı. Bu yabağın COVID-19’un halk sağlığı için tehlike yaratmayacağı zamana veya 30 Eylül 2020'ye kadar yürürlükte kalması bekleniyor.
Ayrıca , düzenli olarak güncellenen, iptal politikalarına yönelik kapsamlı bir kılavuz hazırlandı. Kılavuz da yer alan bilgiler de gerektiğinde güncelleniyor ve tarihler değişebiliyor.
OKYANUS SEFERLERİ HAKKINDA DUYURU ŞİMDİLİK ŞÖYLE:
Adventure Canada (Ocean Endeavour only): 2021 (2020 season canceled)
AIDA: September 6
Aqua Expeditions. Aqua Expeditions' ship Aqua Blu will open in Indonesia for local Indonesia residents in August 2020, and take international pasengers beginning September 12.
Australis: September 2020 (start of season)
Azamara: November 1, except Azamara Quest November 21
Grand Celebration: October 1
Grand Classica: October 2
Blue Lagoon Cruises: September 1
Captain Cook Cruises: September 1
Carnival: November 1
All Carnival Australia cruises are suspended until October 29.
Carnival Radiance and Mardi Gras are both delayed until 2021. Details here.
Celebrity: November 1
All Alaska, New England and Canada sailings through Oct. 31 have been canceled.
Celestyal Cruises: March 6, 2021
Coral Expeditions: October 13
Costa: September 30, except for Northern Europe cruises which are cancelled for the rest of the 2020 summer season and the following cruises on Costa Deliziosa (September 6, 13, 20, 27) and Costa Diadema (September 19).
CroisiEurope: CroisiEurope resumed sailing on July 29.
Cruise & Maritime Voyages: CMV has collapsed. All future voyages are cancelled as of July 20, 2020.
Crystal Cruises: January 3, 2021
Queen Mary 2: Nov 28
Queen Victoria: Nov 2
Queen Elizabeth: Nov 23
Disney Cruise Line:
Disney Magic: November 12
Disney Wonder: Novemebr 20
Disney Dream: November 13
Disney Fantasy: November 2
Dream Cruises: Explorer Dream resumed cruising in Taiwan on July 26.
On August 21, Fred. Olsen announced the departure of Black Watch and Boudicca. All passengers will move over to the newer Bolette or Borealis.
Balmoral: December 17, 2020
Black Watch (aboard Bolette/Borealis): January 6, 2021
Braemar: April 1, 2021
Boudicca (aboard Bolette/Borealis): March 25, 2021
2021 World Cruise Segments: Cancelled to March 11, 2021
G Adventures November 9
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises: Limited sailings resumed July 31, 2020 aboard Europa 2 and Hanseatic Inspiration for German, Swiss and Austrian residents only. Europa and Hanseatic Nature will resume operations in September. Bremen has left the fleet.
Hebridean Island Cruises: All cruises are cancelled for the remainder of 2020.
Holland America Line: December 16
Hurtigruten: Hurtigruten has resumed limited sailings around Norway as of June 2020 aboard Finnmarken, Richard With, Trollfjord and Midnatsol. Expedition voyages restarted in June, only to be cancelled indefinitely on August 3, 2020 following a COVID-19 outbreak aboard Roald Amundsen. There is no timeline for a restart of these cruises.
The Majestic Line: August 29
Marella Cruises: Sep 30
Metropolitan Touring: July 31
MSC Cruises: August 16 aboard MSC Grandiosa; August 29 aboard MSC Magnifica, for EU-residents only.
Norwegian Cruise Line: November 1
Oceania Cruises: November 1
P&O Cruises: November 13
P&O Cruises Australia: October 30
Paul Gauguin: Paul Gauguin will resume sailings on July 11, 2020 with two voyages for the local market in French Polynesia. International passengers were welcomed as of the line's July 29, 2020 sailing, however, a COVID-19 positive test forced that cruise to be canceled.
Pearl Seas Cruises: September 1
Ponant: Ponant restarted cruising in France for French citizens in July.
Poseidon Expeditions: October 2020; all 2020 Arctic voyages have been postponed to 2021.
Princess Cruises: Princess has canceled most of its cruises, as well as Alaskan cruisetours, through December 15, 2020. Voyages to Australia are canclled through October 31, 2020.
Pullmantur Cruises: Pullmantur Cruises has filed for creditor protection in Spain. Its ships are confirmed to be sold. The line had previously suspended all voyages through November 15, 2020.
Quark Expeditions: September 20
Regent Seven Seas: November 1
Royal Caribbean: November 1; all Alaska, Canada & New England, transatlantic and Bermuda itineraries canceled for remainder of the 2020 season.
Saga Cruises: September 1
Sea Cloud Cruises: October 1
Seabourn: November 20, except for the following vessels:
Seabourn Encore: December 5, 2020
Seabourn Ovation: January 3, 2021
Seabourn Sojourn: June 5, 2021
SeaDream Yacht Club: SeaDream restarted operations on June 20 for new Norway & Arctic itineraries aboard SeaDream I and SeaDream II; howeveer, a Norwegian ban on docking after an outbreak has affected those sailings The line plans to restart voyages to the Mediterranean on September 1.
Scenic: September 1
Silver Cloud: October 28
Silver Wind: June 14, 2021
Silver Shadow: November 10
Silver Spirit: November 5
Silver Muse: October 10
Silver Whisper: November 10
Silver Explorer: October 31
Silver Moon: November 8
Silver Origin: September 19
Royal Clipper: October 3
Star Clipper October 3
Star Flyer: October 30
Tauck: October 1
TUI (Mein Schiff): Mein Schiff 2 resumed cruising with three-day, no-port cruises on July 24. TUI has since suspended all voyages until late September.
UnCruise Adventures: UnCruise resumed service on August 1, but a COVID-19 positive test on the first sailing forced the line to cancel its 2020 season.
Variety Cruises Variety Cruises resumed on July 24 with sailings in Greece.
Viking Cruises: January 1, 2021
Virgin Voyages: November 1
• Wind Spirit: October 15
• Star Breeze: October 27
• Wind Surf: November 29
• Wind Star: January 16, 2021
• Star Legend: March 1, 2021
• Star Pride: July 5, 2021
Zegrahm Expeditions: TBC
When Will River Cruise Lines Resume Service?
Amadeus: Amadeus resumed service in Europe for international passengers on July 27
AmaWaterways: AmaWaterways has resumed river cruising with one ship, AmaKristina, carrying German and Dutch charter passengers. Other ships will enter serivce on Sept. 15.
American Cruise Lines: August 28
American Queen Steamboat Company: September 1
APT: October 1
Arena Travel: August 1. No further update given.
A-ROSA River Cruises:
Douro: June 17
Rhine: June 19
Danube: June 20
Seine & Rhone: July 11
Avalon Waterways: November 1
Botanica: August 1
Captain Cook Cruises (Murray River): July 31
Century Cruises: Century Cruises will restart for Chinese passengers only on August 12.
Rhone: July 13
Bergundy Canal: July 16
Rhine: July 20
Corsica: July 26
Loire: July 31
Gironde: August 26
Danube: July 31
Elbe: August 3
Douro: August 7
Croatia: August 13
Crystal River Cruises: March 26, 2021
Emerald Waterways/Evergreen Cruises: September 1
Gate1 Travel: March 31, 2021.
Grand Circle: September 30
Hebridean Island Cruises: All sailings for its river ship Royal Crown have been cancelled for the remainder of 2020.
Pandaw: July 2020
Riviera Travel August 16
Sanctuary: Sanctuary resumed cruises in Myanmar along the Irrawaddy in July.
Scenic: September 1
Tauck: October 1
Teeming River Cruises:. Most sailing dates have now been moved into 2021.
Titan: September 1
TUI River Cruises: November 26
Uniworld: September 16
Vantage Deluxe World Travel: January 2021
Victory Cruise Lines: 2021
Viking River Cruises: January 1, 2021