UPDATE: Carnival has now cancelled the remainder of November 2020 cruises. There are no cruises scheduled for Carnival in November 2020 anymore.
Carnival's press release stated that Miami and Port Canaveral are where the company is focusing on its initial return to service when cruises are able to begin. The cruises scheduled out of Miami and Port Canaveral during this time frame are not cancelled, but Carnival should have sent guests on these cruises a letter stating options if guests wish to voluntarily cancel. Carnival has kept these cruises open while options are being evaluated.
For US cruises not out of Port Canaveral or Miami, unfortunately Carnival has cancelled all sailings through and including December 31, 2020. Guests on these sailings should have been notified with options. Based on Carnival's website it appears the options offered were either a full refund or a combination of 100% future cruise credit paired with onboard credit based on the cancelled sailing's length. This is just an overview of the options so please consult Carnival or your travel advisor for more information if you are on the cancelled cruises.
Ships With Cruises Not Cancelled From Miami and Port Canaveral:
- Carnival Conquest
- Carnival Horizon
- Carnival Sunrise
- Carnival Breeze
- Carnival Elation
- Carnival Liberty
For the latest information please check Carnival's Health & Safety updates page: Click Here
For information regarding the cancellations discussed in this post please check out Carnival's press release: Click Here