Home » Transportation » It’s official: CLIA cruise line members are voluntarily and temporarily suspending operations from the U.S.

It’s official: CLIA cruise line members are voluntarily and temporarily suspending operations from the U.S.

CLIA cruise line members are voluntarily and temporarily suspending operations from the U.S.

Photo: Oleksandr Nebrat/123RF

“CLIA cruise line members are voluntarily and temporarily suspending operations from the U.S. as we work to address this public health crisis,” said Kelly Craighead, president and CEO of CLIA, the industry’s trade organization, via a statement. “This has been a challenging time, but we hope that this decision will enable us to focus on the future and a return to normal as soon as possible.”

The cruise lines suspended include Carnival, Holland America, Princess, Costa, Cunard and Seabourn, all owned by Carnival Corp; Disney Cruise Line; Norwegian, Oceania and Regent Seven Seas, all owned by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings; Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Azamara and Silversea, owned by Royal Caribbean Ltd., and MSC. Some 75 vessels will be affected. Together, the lines add $9 billion to the Florida economy, mostly in South Florida.

Source: CLIA

Comments