Cruise Lines International Association members have extended the suspension of U.S. cruise operations until Sept. 15 amid coronavirus concerns. Wochit

Celestyal Cruises has extended its sailing suspension into next year, saying it will restart operations again in March 2021. 

“As the core of our season runs from spring through autumn, we were optimistic that we would be able to resume our cruise operations later this summer,” Leslie Peden, chief commercial officer for Celestyal Cruises said in a statement to USA TODAY. 

However, it was forced to scrap the rest of the 2020 sailing season due to uncertainty over travel restrictions and discussions in the  about health protocols for cruises within its jurisdiction. Ultimately, Celestyal decided to postpone until

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