Carnival Cruise Line to Resume Services as Early as August 1st

8 Ships are Expected to Resume Cruising at Start of August

May 5, 2020
Carnival Cruise, August, Vacation, COVID-19, Pandemic

Ethan Miller

Most people are getting antsy and want to leave their houses, but we're not sure a cruise vacation is exactly what they had in mind.

BUT according to Carinal Cruise Line, they could start taking cruises again as early as August 1st. 

The cruise line announced yesterday that it will resume some of its North American cruise services starting early August amid the coronavirus pandemic, but is canceling its sailings to Alaska this summer. 

According to the company's website, eight ships are expected to resume services this summer including the Carnival Dream, Carnival Freedom and Carnival Vista departing in Galveston, Texas; the Carnival Horizon, Carnival Magic and Carnival Sensation departing in Miami; and the Carnival Breeze and Carnival Elation leaving Port Canaveral.

Currently, all cruises are canceled through July 31st, but Carnival has submitted its plan to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about resuming services in August and will ensure to take all the necessary health and safety precautions.

Carnival Cruise Line guests and travel advisers will be notified via email about their travel options.