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Cruise News – March 31st, 2020

March 31, 2020 Season 1 Episode 10
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Cruise News – March 31st, 2020
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Cruise News – March 31st, 2020
Mar 31, 2020 Season 1 Episode 10

Royal Caribbean extends it's Cruise with Confidence program to allow cancellation up to 48 hours prior to a cruise until September 1st, 2020.

Norwegian Cruise Line extended it's cruise suspension until May 10th for all of its brands Norwegian, Regent and Oceania.

Viking extens it's suspensions for river and ocean cruises through June 30th.

Holland America extends it's cruise suspension until May 14th.

Carnival has extended it's pause of operations until May 11th, 2020.

P&O and Cunard which are part of Carnival until May 15th,

MSC extends hiatus until May 29th.

Disney extends pause through April 28th.

Carnival announced an addtiional stock offering currently valued at 1.25 billion, as well as options privating of up to 3 billion to try and rasie additional funds.

Holland Americas Zaandam and Rotterdam have made it through the Panama Canal and are headed towards Florida looking for a port to allow them to dock.

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More news stories and reviews are just a click away at www.cruisenews.io.

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Show Notes

Royal Caribbean extends it's Cruise with Confidence program to allow cancellation up to 48 hours prior to a cruise until September 1st, 2020.

Norwegian Cruise Line extended it's cruise suspension until May 10th for all of its brands Norwegian, Regent and Oceania.

Viking extens it's suspensions for river and ocean cruises through June 30th.

Holland America extends it's cruise suspension until May 14th.

Carnival has extended it's pause of operations until May 11th, 2020.

P&O and Cunard which are part of Carnival until May 15th,

MSC extends hiatus until May 29th.

Disney extends pause through April 28th.

Carnival announced an addtiional stock offering currently valued at 1.25 billion, as well as options privating of up to 3 billion to try and rasie additional funds.

Holland Americas Zaandam and Rotterdam have made it through the Panama Canal and are headed towards Florida looking for a port to allow them to dock.

Any questions or topics you would like us to cover? [email protected]

More news stories and reviews are just a click away at www.cruisenews.io.

Our YouTube channel is updated throughout the week. Don't forget to subscribe.

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