Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings and Royal Caribbean Cruise Ltd. each extended a suspension of most sailings through the end of July. And, Windstar extended its operations pause until Sept. 3.

NCLH’s brands -- Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises -- suspended all sailings through July 31. 

RCCL’s four brands -- Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara and Silversea -- suspended most of their cruises through July 31, except for sailings from China, which will be suspended through the end of June.

Windstar's 148-passenger Wind Spirit will be its first ship to return to service with a Tahiti sailing  on Sept. 3.

The small-ship line’s other ships will resume sailing in the fall, starting with the 312-passenger Star Breeze launching Oct. 27 in the Mediterranean, the 342-guest Wind Surf resuming in the Caribbean on Nov 29, and the 148-guest Wind Star launching on Jan. 16 with Costa Rica and Panama Canal sailings. 


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