Norwegian Cruise Line, MSC Cruises and Disney Cruise Line are among the brands that have extended their suspension of operations.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings’ three brands (Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises) will pause operations until June 30, extended from May 11. 

Disney Cruise Line extended its operations suspension through June 18 for most sailings, through July 2 for the Disney Magic, and all Vancouver sailings until the end of June. 

MSC said its global fleet pause would extend until July 10 from May 29. 

Hurtigruten canceled the Roald Amundsen’s entire 2020 Alaska season and its Greenland Northwest Passage itinerary. The rest of the fleet’s sailings are paused until June with no set date.  

American Cruise Lines extended its suspension until June 14 and Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line extended its pause for the Grand Celebration to June 13 and the Grand Classica to July 10.

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