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Carnival Corporation cruise restart at 50%, but Australia cruise restart is still dead. 

October 14, 2021 Cruise Packages No Comments

Carnival Corporation appears to be reaching a major milestone at the end of the month, everywhere except Australia, with by November 1, 50% of the company’s fleet will be back in revenue operations across the corporation.

With a combined fleet of 91 cruise ships, Carnival currently has 38 vessels in commercial service around the world with four more set to enter service, serving different markets and regions.

Here are the latest Carnival Corporation restart numbers:

Carnival Cruise Line

Status: 13 ships currently in service, including two that resumed service in October

Ships: Carnival Vista, Carnival Breeze, Carnival Horizon, Carnival Miracle, Mardi Gras, Carnival Magic, Carnival Sunrise, Carnival Panorama, Carnival Pride, Carnival Glory, Carnival Dream, Carnival Elation, and Carnival Freedom in service

Regions: the Caribbean, Bahamas, West Coast, and Mexican Riviera

Princess Cruises

Status: Four ships currently in service; two more in October

Ships: Majestic Princess, Regal Princess, Sky Princess, and Grand Princess in service; Ruby Princess and Emerald Princess set to follow

Regions: the United Kingdom, Mexico, California, and Panama Canal

Holland America Line

Status: Three ships currently in service; one more set to follow in October

Ships: Nieuw Amsterdam, Eurodam and Koningsdam in service; Rotterdam set to follow
Regions: Mediterranean, Panama Canal, Mexico, California and Transatlantic

Seabourn

Status: Two ships currently in service

Ships: Seabourn Ovation and Seabourn Odyssey

Regions: Mediterranean and Caribbean

P&O Cruises UK 

Status: Three ships currently in service; including one that resumed service in October

Ships: Britannia, Iona and Ventura in service

Regions: United Kingdom, Atlantic Islands, Western Europe and Mediterranean

Cunard Line

Status: One ship currently in service

Ship: Queen Elizabeth

Regions: United Kingdom, Western Europe and Atlantic Islands

Costa Cruises

Status: Five ships currently in service; including one that resumed service in September

Ships: Costa Smeralda, Costa Luminosa, Costa Deliziosa and Costa Firenze in service; Costa Diadema set to follow

Regions: Western and Eastern Mediterranean

AIDA Cruises

Status: Seven ships currently in service; one more set to follow in October

Ships: AIDAperla, AIDAblu, AIDAsol, AIDAprima, AIDAstella, AIDAmar and AIDAluna; AIDAdiva set to follow

Regions: Northern Europe, Mediterranean and Atlantic

P&O Australia

Status: First cruise scheduled to January 15

Ships: Pacific Explorer, Pacific Encounter and Pacific Adventure

Regions: South Pacific – Australia

A report from Cruise Industry News by John Alwyn-Jones, Cruise Editor

 

 

 

 

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