After months on hold, the cruise industry is quickly mounting its comeback.
Many cruise ships are set to reenter service later this summer, but some are already sailing for several cruise lines.
Cruise Industry News has gathered the latest information.
Royal Caribbean International
Royal Caribbean was one of the first major cruise lines to resume service, with sailings in Asia. The Quantum of the Seas has been sailing from Singapore since December. The ship is slated to continue to offer short cruises to local residents until October.
Over the summer, the company is preparing the reactivation of 13 other vessels, with global itineraries. The Adventure of the Seas reenters service next, sailing from the Bahamas. Starting in July, Royal Caribbean resumes U.S. sailings, with several vessels sailing to the Caribbean and Alaska.
Region: Singapore, Bahamas and Caribbean
Ships currently in service:
– Quantum of the Seas
– Adventure of the Seas (from June 12)
– Freedom of the Seas (from July 2)
– Odyssey of the Seas (from July 3)
Genting Cruise Lines
Genting is currently back in service with its Dream Cruises brand. One of the first cruise lines to restart service, it currently has one ship in service in Asia, with a second slated to resume sailings in July.
The World Dream remains sailing on a program of short cruises from Singapore, which first started in November 2020. In May, Dream Cruises also announced the restart of cruises in Hong Kong, set to begin at the end of…