Cruise tourism hits pause button as coronavirus spreads

Norwegian Cruise Lines, one of the world’s Big 3 cruise lines, has put public health ahead of immediate profit and suspended all cruises by its 28 ships until April 11 as the coronavirus pandemic brings a global pause in tourism.

NCL, which includes Oceania and Regent Seven Seas cruise lines, has also introduced a new cancellation policy – see Cruising into the Future – to encourage future bookings during the coronavirus pandemic.

Princess Cruises – which is owned by the World’s biggest cruise company, Carnival – recently put all of its cruises on temporary hold for two months because of the pandemic.


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