Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings’ three lines – Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania and Regent Seven Seas Cruises -- will not sail until November.

NCLH is the latest cruise company to push back the suspension of sailings beyond the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s No Sail Order through Sept. 30. 

Most of the major cruise lines serving the North American market have extended their pause to conform to the CDC order, including the Royal Caribbean Group brands, Carnival Cruise Line and MSC Cruises. Princess recently extended its suspension of nearly all cruises through mid-December, and  many Holland America ships are not slated to set sail until mid-October or November. 

Windstar Cruises recently pushed back its Tahiti sailings, which are to be the line’s first cruises to resume service, from Sept. 10 to Oct. 15, to align with the CDC order.


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