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Carnival allows rebooking of cruises through May, credit for those who sail

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Passengers booked on Carnival Radiance in Europe will be notified of itinerary changes and advised of a special offer
Carnival Cruise Line revised its policies to allow flexibility for passengers who wish to reschedule for departures through May.

The line is also providing incentives for those who sail.

Travelers who keep their booking as scheduled for departures between March 6 and May 31 will receive on-board credit. The amounts are $100 per cabin for three-/four-day cruises, $150 per cabin for five-day cruises and $200 per cabin for cruises of six days or longer.

The credits will automatically apply; there is no need to call Carnival.

Carnival Radiance itinerary changes/bonus

Passengers booked on Carnival Radiance in Europe will be advised of some itinerary changes in the next few days and a special offer for sailing. This spring, Carnival Victory is undergoing a $200m transformation in Cadiz to emerge as Carnival Radiance.

Flexibility to change dates

Passengers who booked prior to March 6 for cruises between now and May 31 are allowed to move their booking to a new date and receive a future cruise credit in the amount of the non-refundable cancellation fee.

Those booked on cruises departing between March 9 and March 31 can move their booking to a future date up to three days before sailing. If the cruise departs between March 6 and March 8, they should call Carnival now.

Passengers booked on sailings departing between April 1 and May 31 can move their booking to a future date by March 31.

Future cruise credit good through March 2021

The future cruise credit must be used for a sailing by March 31, 2021.


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