Carnival Cruise Line has announced several cancellations of cruises amid coronavirus outbreaks.
Among the people canceled were all cruise ships scheduled to sail from March 14 to May 11.
Miami is a warped harbor from a carnival trip and passengers always visit Orlando, Pensacola and all of Florida
The previously scheduled Carnival Radiance flights were also canceled on April 29, May 9, May 21 and June 11.
The cruise line offers two options for guests whose journeys have been affected. These options are only available to those whose flights were canceled on or after March 6.
The first option provides 100% future cruise credit. For cruises that are scheduled for six days or more, guests can get a credit of $ 600 per deluxe room. For cruises that are scheduled for five days or less, guests can get onboard credit of $ 300 per deluxe room.
The second offer gives guests a full refund.
Regardless of which option guests choose, their money will be fully refunded for everything they paid in the form of “taxes, fees, port expenses, carnival vacation protection, prepaid tips, pre-purchased beach trips, drinks, Wi-Fi – Wi-Fi packages and store purchases.” Fun “.
Those guests who have purchased their own flights are advised to contact the airlines or travel agents for the options available.
However, Cruise Line Carnival extended its suspension in sailing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Doral-based cruise company said it had suspended all its cruises in North America until May 11.
If you have tickets for a canceled cruise, you will receive an email from Carnival or those who booked it. The email will include information on how to request a cancellation offer or refund.
The company said that its call center suffers from too many calls, so the link provided in the email will be the fastest way to submit a claim.
Sailing operations after May 11 were not affected at this time.