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Holland America and Seabourn won't be sailing in Europe before July

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Among the seven impacted ships are Seabourn Sojourn, left, and Nieuw Statendam
Holland America Line and Seabourn canceled Europe departures through June.

For HAL, this impacts cruises departing in May and June on Nieuw Statendam, Volendam and Westerdam, along with the Collectors’ Voyages associated with those canceled cruises. Travelers may rebook on a comparable 2022 cruise at the 2021 rate, or they can opt for a 110% future cruise credit or a full refund.

Four Seabourn ships

Seabourn canceled certain Europe departures on four ships. They are Seabourn Sojourn, Seabourn Encore and Seabourn Ovation, all with their next scheduled departure now set for July 3, and Seabourn Quest, with its next scheduled departure now set for Nov. 7.

Impacted passengers have until April 15 to request to be rebooked to a comparable 2022 voyage at the 2021 rate paid plus current amenities. Or they may request a bonus future cruise credit or a full refund.

Three HAL ships

At HAL, the impacts are to eight Nieuw Statendam departures from May 2 through June 27, including seven- and 14-day Norway and Baltic itineraries, as well as the 14- and 21-day Collectors’ Voyages of those cruises.

Also affected: Volendam' June 19 14-day 'Adriatic Dream' cruise and the 24-day 'Adriatic Dream and Greek Odyssey Collectors’ Voyage' departing the same date.

Westerdam's June 12-day 'Greece and Adriatic Antiquities' cruise and the 24-day 'Adriatic Antiquities and Mediterranean Romance Collectors’ Voyage' departing the same date were also canceled.

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