Many major cruise lines have started to announce dates for their return to cruising. In addition, a number of cruise lines have received approval to depart from U.S. cities. Celebrity Edge will set sail from Ft. Lauderdale on Caribbean itineraries, Celebrity Millennium and several Carnival Corporation cruise lines will set sail from Seattle on Alaska itineraries.
In addition, a number of cruise lines have announced cruises departing from European cities and some Caribbean islands to begin in July through this fall.
Initially, many of the cruise lines will require that all passengers and crew be vaccinated; all cruise lines have established comprehensive health and safety guidelines.
Demand for cruise travel is at an unprecedented high for the remainder of 2021 and all of 2022 with space limited or sold out on many voyages. If you are interested in a cruise vacation in the upcoming year, book as soon as possible to guarantee your spot.
By February 2022, Regent’s entire fleet will have resumed operations.
Seven Seas Splendor returns in September with Europe itineraries and moves to the Caribbean for the winter season.
Seven Seas Explorer returns in October with Mediterranean itineraries and moves to the Caribbean for the winter season.
Seven Seas Mariner returns in December with a Miami to San Francisco cruise before embarking on its 2022 World Cruise.
Seven Seas Navigator returns in January 2022 with Southern Caribbean itineraries.
Seven Seas Voyager returns in February 2022 with Europe itineraries.
Crystal Serenity returns in June with Bahamas-only itineraries.
Crystal Symphony returns in August with 10-day cruises from Antigua or St. Maarten.
Crystal Endeavor returns in July with 10-day Iceland expedition cruises.
Crystal Debussy and Crystal Ravel return in August on Rhine and Danube cruises.
Crystal Mahler returns in November on Danube cruises.
Crystal Bach returns in December on Rhine cruises.
Celebrity Millennium returns with a series of 7-night Alaska cruises beginning in July through October.
Celebrity Edge will be the first ship to sail from a U.S. port when she departs in June with Caribbean itineraries roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale.
Celebrity Summit returns in July with Caribbean itineraries.
GALAPAGOS: Celebrity Flora and Celebrity Xpedition return in July; Celebrity Xpedition returns in September.
AmaWaterways Europe river cruises will resume in July. The remainder of the 2021 season will continue as originally scheduled.
Portugal: AmaDouro and AmaVida return in July.
Danube River: AmaMagna returns in July; AmaBella, AmaLea, AmaCerto and AmaVerde return in August and AmaViola and AmaSonata return in September.
France: AmaLyra, AmaKristina, and AmaDolce return in July.
Rhine River: AmaSiena returns in July and AmaMora, AmaSerena, AmaLucia and AmaPrima return in August.
Marina returns in August with Scandinavia and Western Europe itineraries.
Riviera returns in October with Mediterranean itineraries and moves to the Caribbean for the winter season.
Insignia returns in December with a Panama Canal itinerary from Miami before embarking on its sold-out world cruise.
Azamara Quest returns in August with new Greece itineraries.
Azamara Pursuit returns in September with its scheduled Europe itineraries.
Azamara Journey returns in October with its scheduled Europe itineraries.
Carnival Cruise Lines, Princess Cruises, and Holland America return in July with Alaska itineraries, roundtrip from Seattle.