Holland America Line (HAL) and Seabourn have detailed more cruise cancellations stretching into next year.
HAL will suspend all departures until 31 March and cancel all itineraries of eight days or more that call in the US until 1 November 2021.
Some longer voyages in Asia, Australia, New Zealand and South America are also cancelled until mid-April 2021, although some are rescheduled to comparable dates in 2022.
Clients with voyages booked up to 31 March and who have paid in full will receive future cruise credit of 125% of base fare. Clients who have not paid in full will receive credit equal to double the amount of their deposit. Credit can be used for sailings departing until 31 December 2022.
Seabourn’s cancellations apply to Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Quest.
Seabourn Odyssey departures from 16 January 2021 until 5 November have been cancelled, but seven-day Alaska/British Columbia and Pacific Coast sailings will go ahead.
Seabourn Quest’s voyages longer than seven days and calling at a US port are cancelled from 22 July to 6 November 2021. All guests will receive future cruise credit valid for 12 months from data of issue.