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Princess pushes back restarts from Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale, Rome

Ruby Princess is among three impacted ships
Princess Cruises suspended Caribbean, California coast, Mexico and Mediterranean departures through June 30.

This affects Caribbean Princess's seven-day Western and Eastern Caribbean cruises from Port Everglades.

Also impacted, from Civitavecchia (Rome): Enchanted Princess's seven-day 'Mediterranean & Adriatic' and 'Western Mediterranean' and 14-day 'Western Mediterranean & Adriatic Medley.'

And Ruby Princess's seven-day 'Classic California Coast' and 'Mexican Riviera' cruises, along with five-day 'Cabo San Lucas Getaway' sailings.

Offer to move to equivalent 2022 cruise

Princess will offer to move passengers to the equivalent cruise in 2022 at the 2021 rate. If there is no matched cruise available in 2022, travelers will automatically receive a refundable 100% future cruise credit plus an additional nonrefundable 10% bonus FCC.

Those who don't wish to take the 2022 option may choose the same FCC alternative, or they may request a full refund.

Requests must be received through an online form by April 15 or travelers will automatically receive the FCC option.

FCCs can be applied to any cruises sailing by Dec. 31, 2022.

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