Carnival resumes operations on August 1
The cruise company confirmed a plan to re-operate in the United States with a total of eight ships from Miami, Port Canaveral and Galveston
Carnival Cruise Line today informed guests and travel agents of our plan to restart its service in North America this summer, beginning August 1 with a total of eight ships from Miami, Port Canaveral and Galveston. Under this plan, operations will be suspended in all other markets in North America and Australia until August 31.
Carnival confirmed that:
All North American cruises from June 27 to July 31 will be canceled.
Starting August 1, they plan to resume cruises on the following ships:
Galveston: Carnival Dream, Carnival Freedom and Carnival Vista
Miami: Carnival Horizon, Carnival Magic and Carnival Sensation
Canaveral Port: Carnival Breeze and Carnival Elation.
In addition to the aforementioned service from Galveston, Miami and Port Canaveral, all other source port cruises in North America and Australia will be canceled until August 31.
All Alaska Carnival Spirit cruises from Seattle will be canceled, as well as the Carnival Spirit Vancouver-Honolulu cruise on September 25 and the Honolulu-Brisbane trans-Pacific cruise on October 6.
All Carnival Splendor cruises in Australia from June 19 to August 31 will be canceled.
Affected passengers and their travel advisors receive notification by email, including options for a combined Future Cruise Credit (FCC) and Onboard Credit (OBC) package, or a full refund. Customers can make their selection online, alleviating the need to contact Carnival's customer service center, which still operates in a work-from-home state due to locally imposed office closings in South Florida.