Carnival Extends pause In Operations
Yes it is true, Carnival Cruise Line is the First Cruise line who’s modified their extension of service. They announced Carnival Cruise resuming on June 17, 2020.
The CDC( Center for Disease Control and Prevention) announced Modifications and Extension of No Sail Order of All Cruise Ships. After CDC announcement the Carnival is the first company who’s modifies their suspension.
Carnival announced their modifications of suspension and said we will be extending our pause in operation again. They announced following:
All North American itineraries will be canceled through June 26, 2020 and resume again on June 27, 2020.
We are also canceling Carnival Sunrise seasonal itineraries and of New York, this summer and fail, to the end of 2020.
This is disappointing, but we are committed to being a strong partner with the government and taking steps to maintain public confidence in our business.
On April 9, 2020 CDC announced No Sail Order for All Cruise Ships in the fleet to address the public surrounding United State. They said cruising could be a causes of transmitting the disease so this is the strict announcement for all the cruise ships.
As soon as this announcement released out, Carnival Cruise line take immediate response on it and they also modified their suspension until June, 26 2020. They said we are pausing all Carnival service through June 26, 2020 and we will be resume again on June 27, 2020 for all North American Itineraries.
I believe other cruise company will also implement on CDC announcement and they will also extend their suspension of service. This announcement is mandatory for all cruise ships because CDC is only who is working with all cruise line industry to address the health and safety of all crew at sea as well as communities surrounding United State.