Holland America Line is extending its pause of cruise operations and cancelling additional departures from Vancouver this year.
Selected Hawaii itineraries for early 2021 are also affected.
The extension of cruise cancellations has been made due to “travel and port restrictions continuing for the near future due to global health concerns,” the Carnival Corporation brand said.
Future cruise credits are being offered to customers booked on the cancelled cruises and are valid for cruises until the end of 2022.
People wanting refunds must fill in a ‘cancellation preferences’ form by July 15.
Cruises operated by six ships have been cancelled:
- September 26, 2020, 22-day Panama Canal cruise from Vancouver to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
- September 26, 2020, seven-day Pacific Northwest cruise from Vancouver to San Diego, California.
- Jannuary 16 and February 2, 2021, Circle Hawaii voyages from San Diego.
- September 21, 2020, 16-day Mexico and Sea of Cortez itinerary from Vancouver to San Diego.
- September. 27, 2020, 14-day North Pacific Crossing from Vancouver to Yokohama, Japan.
- September 30, October 3 and October 10, 2020, three- and seven-day Pacific Northwest and coastal cruises from Vancouver.
- September 20, 2020, 17-day Circle Hawaii cruise from Vancouver
- October 7, 2020, 23-day Inca Discovery voyage from Vancouver to San Antonio (Santiago), Chile.
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