Azamara plans to extend its cruising suspension through June
Azamara announced that it is extending its cruise suspension for all sailings departing on or before 30 June 2021.
"In order to ensure the most effective initiatives are in place for a healthy return to service, Azamara has taken the decision to extend the suspension of global operation," the company announced in its latest statement.
The company said its primary priority for passengers, crew and the communities visited by the ships remains to be a safe return to service.
In order to book a new cruise by April 30, 2022 and depart on or before September 30, 2022, guests will have three compensation options to choose from, including a 125 percent Future Cruise Credit.
Guests can also Lift and Shift, hold their cruise vacation plans to the same destination within four weeks of the originally scheduled sailing, and move the current booking to 2022 sailings.
Lastly, until May 20, 2021, guests will opt for a 100 percent refund.
Maritime Business World