Coronavirus fears have caused a ‘near panic in the traveling public,’ Frank Del Rio, president and CEO, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, said Thursday.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings estimated a 75-cent per share impact to 2020 earnings as a result of coronavirus itinerary changes across its three brands.
Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth will extend its current Australasia season by 60 days and leave the region on May 9.
Oceania Cruises canceled Asia voyages on Nautica and Insignia through June.
COVID-19 has put Asia’s cruise industry into a 'critical situation unlike anything we’ve experienced before,’ said Alvin Materi of Cruise Asia by Destination Asia.
MSC Bellissima’s March 21 grand voyage from the Arabian Gulf to Asia on March 21 has a revised itinerary.
AIDA Cruises is halting its Asia program on AIDAbella and AIDAvita, with immediate effect.
Princess Cruises will redeploy the 2,670-passenger Sapphire Princess to Australia six months earlier than planned for an extended year-long season from May 1.