It seems the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) current “no sail” order may actually be allowed to expire this week. In recent weeks, several cruise lines have made it clear they hope to begin sailing in early November. Already, sailings have resumed overseas with health protocols similar to those being suggested by CLIA and the Health Sail Panel in place.
One thing is certain, cruisers will have a much clearer this week, when the current no sail order is set to expire.
Some well-known upscale & contemporary cruise lines, ultra-luxury and sailing vessels/yacht cruises are restarting operations globally at reduced capacity levels.
Here are some of the cruise ships currently sailing or planning sailings.
Amadeus Imperial and other ships are sailing Danube, Rhine & Main rivers, plus Dutch & Belgian waterways
AmaWaterways — AmaKristina sailings along the Rhine
- MSC Grandiosa is sailing in Italy
- MSC Magnifica is sailing in Italy
- Costa Deliziosa is sailing in Europe
- Costa Diadema is sailing in Europe
- Costa Smeralda (October — Mediterranean)
- Costa Firenze (December — Mediterranean)
Hapag Lloyd Cruises is sailing in Europe
Paul Gauguin Cruises 7 & 14 nights Tahiti, French Polynesia and South Pacific
- Le Jacques Cartier sailing from Saint-Malo (France) to Brittany
- L’Austral from Marseilles to the Med
- Le Lyrial sailing from Nice, France, to Corsica
- Le Champlain, sailing from Croatia in the Adriatic Sea
Also, SeaDream Yacht Club’s SeaDream I and SeaDream II, sailing since June and now concluding its scheduled sailings in Norway.
Other lines of small, intimate ships sailing or to be sailing soon: Paul Gauguin Cruises in French Polynesia and South Pacific; Hapag-Lloyd Cruises in Europe; CroisiEurope in Europe; and Aranui Cruises in the South Pacific.
Other lines of approximately 2,000 to 3,000 guests are Dream Cruises in Asia as well as TUI Cruises in Europe.