Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises have cancelled all cruises up to the end of May.
The three cruise lines, which are all owned by the same company, had previously suspended cruises up to 30 April.
If your Norwegian cruise has been cancelled…
Norwegian said guests booked on cancelled cruises will automatically receive a refund in the original form of payment by 23 March.
They will also receive a 10% off coupon, valid for one year, if they haven’t already received one for a previously cancelled cruise.
Guests who paid for their cancelled cruise with a Future Cruise Credit will have the FCC reapplied to their Latitudes account within seven days.
If your Oceania cruise has been cancelled…
You’ll automatically receive a full refund, but the cruise line says you might have to wait up to 60 days.
If you paid with a Future Cruise Credit, this will be re-issued but you won’t receive a cash refund.
Ancillary items and packages bought through Oceania will also be automatically refunded.
If your Regent cruise has been cancelled…
You’ll automatically receive a refund but, like Oceania, Regent says you might have to wait up to 60 days for the payment to be processed.
If you paid with a Future Cruise Credit you’ll be refunded with FCC, you won’t get a cash refund. However, if you paid for any additional items, these will be refunded.