February 25, 2021


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The Most Flexible Cruise Line Cancellation Policies

7 min read

By Sally French

After all these stay-at-home orders and travel restrictions, you’re itching to get out on the vast, open ocean. You’re ready to see multiple countries — but only want to unpack once. You’re yearning for the all-you-can-eat popcorn on the pool deck.

But you’re also skeptical of when you’ll actually be able to cruise. Given a slower-than-expected vaccine rollout, ongoing quarantine rule changes and increased Covid testing requirements, booking travel of any kind can be precarious right now.

The good news: Cancellation policies have improved. Many formerly strict airline and hotel cancellation policies have become quite consumer friendly. Hotels like Hilton  (HLT) – Get Report and Hyatt  (H) – Get Report both allow refunds for cancellations up to 24 hours before check-in at most hotels, while major airlines ditched change fees on most domestic flights.

And now for the bad news: While most cruise line cancellation policies have been improved, many still tend to be pretty rough — especially at a time when the odds that you’ll cancel are high.

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