The Royal Caribbean Group will extend the suspension of most services until at least the end of February.
The move comes as the cruise giant continues to work with U.S. Disease Control Centers & Prevention and government agencies around the world to bring about a safe return to cruise traffic.
The parent brand Royal Caribbean will have most trips by 28. Cancel February, but those departing from Australia have been canceled until at least 30. April suspended.
However, Spectrum of the Seas cruises in China are expected to be available from Jan.. January, while Quantum of the Seas resumes service in Singapore.
After months of careful planning, extensive training and simulated testing, the ship resumed cruises for Singapore residents this week with extensive health and safety measures to meet the requirements of the CruiseSafe certification standards developed by the local government.
In addition, journeys in South America on the luxury line will continue until at least the 7th. Suspended April next year.
Silversea Cruises will suspend all voyages until the beginning of April, with the exception of a Silver Origin departure on May 6. February.
The Royal Caribbean Group is 50 percent owner of a joint venture operated by TUI Cruises and Hapag-Lloyd Cruises.
Together, the brands operate 63 ships, another 16 have been ordered from July this year.
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