Six months into pandemic pause, Carnival cancels more cruises into spring 2021

After more than six months on operational pause due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Carnival Cruise Line announced Wednesday additional voyage cancellations into late spring of next year. Carnival also announced it will sell Carnival Fascination, which was launched in 1994, and Carnival Imagination, which was launched in 1995.

As a result of the line’s “ongoing ship enhancement program” and the continued halt in cruise operations, Carnival is delaying the return of four ships until enhancements are complete, leading to some cancellations into April 2021:

  • Carnival Magic
    • Itineraries from Miami are canceled until March 13.
    • Itineraries from Tampa are canceled until March 19.
    • Itineraries from New Orleans are canceled until April 29.
    • Itineraries from Brisbane are canceled through May 16. 
    • The first sailing will be the Singapore to Brisbane voyage on June 12.

    “As we continue to work through issues related to our eventual return to operations, we are committed to providing our guests and travel agent partners with certainty where we can, although we regret disappointing our guests,” said Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy in a release provided by spokesperson Vance Gulliksen.

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