Cruise Line Updates Below is the most up to date information on cruise cancellations. Updated 1/23/21
Click beow for theOn Friday October 30th, the CDC lifted the No Sail Order on US departures of cruise ships. The provided several stipulations on a restart but we are headed in the right direction. Cruise Lines have cancelled all departures from US Ports through April 30, 2021 as of now. Click below for the latest on the protocols and provisions from the CDC. CDC Cruise Return To Sailing Provisions
Carnival Cruise Line: Like other cruise lines, Carnival Cruise Line operations have been impacted by COVID-19. Currently, we have cancelled all sailings through and including April 30, 2021. In addition, other sailings are canceled due to ships leaving the fleet, redeployments, government restrictions and changes to dry dock schedules.
Mardi Gras Inaugural sailing has been moved to May 29, 2021
Carnival Legend All European Sailings May through October 31, 2021 have been cancelled.
For additional dates, visit www.carnival.com use the tool to find out if your sailing has been impacted.
Celebrity Cruise Line:Crystal Cruise Line:
Dates vary by itinerary
All July 2020 Crystal, Bach, Crystal Debussy, Crystal Mahler, Crystal Ravel, and Crystal Symphony departures have been cancelled
The launch of Crystal Endeavor has been postponed to November 14. All previously scheduled itineraries for Crystal Endeavor are cancelled through October 31.
Disney Cruise Line:
All sailings through April 30, 2021 have been cancelled.
Holland America Line: Dates vary by itinerary location
All cruises cancelled through April 30, 2021 are cancelled
Norwegian Cruise Lines: All sailings through April 30, 2021 have been cancelled.
Princess Cruises: All cruises through at least May 24, 2021 have been cancelled.
Regent Seven Seas
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line:
All Sailings through April 30, 2021 have been cancelled.
More Updates will be added soon.
COUNTRIES & ISLANDS
As of October 1, 2020, U.S. citizen tourists who are residents of New York, New Jersey, Maine, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maryland, Virginia, the District of Columbia, Colorado, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Wyoming, Washington, Oregon, Arizona, New Mexico, Michigan, Rhode Island, California, and Ohio can enter Costa Rica on flights departing from the United States. As of October 15, U.S. citizen tourist who are residents of Florida, Georgia, and Texas can enter Costa Rica on flight departing from the United States. As of November 1, U.S. citizen tourists for all 50 states and Washington D.C. may enter Costa Rica on flights departing from the United States. U.S. citizen tourists from these states wishing to enter Costa Rica must complete a digital epidemiological health pass, obtain a negative PCR-RT coronavirus test taken within 72 hours of their departure from the United States, and purchase travel insurance that covers accommodation in case of quarantine and medical expenses due to COVID-19. U.S. tourist must also demonstrate, via a valid driver’s license or State ID card, that they live in one of the authorized states. No forms of documentation establishing residency in these authorized states other than a valid driver’s license or State ID card will be accepted at this time. Accompanying minors are not required to have a driver’s license or State ID card. The Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT) has an English-language website detailing these entry requirements: https://www.visitcostarica.com/en/costa-rica/planning-your-trip/entry-requirements