Last CDC information for resume of cruises
Last week, the CDC released conditions that cruise lines would have to meet in order to resume voyages in U.S. waters after its no-sail order expired on Oct. 31.
The CDC's conditional sailing order requires cruise lines to use a phased approach and adhere to COVID-19 testing and social distancing requirements.
Carnival isn't the only cruise company to cancel its U.S. cruises through the end of 2020. Disney Cruise Line also announced on Tuesday that it wouldn't return to seas until at least Dec. 31. Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line have made similar announcements.
In Europe, Carnival brands Costa and AIDA did resume cruising this fall, though AIDA announced last week that it was canceling all of its voyages between Oct. 31 and Nov. 30 due to a new round of coronavirus-related restrictions in Germany.