Coronavirus Update: November 29, 2020
The travel industry received some very good news recently, as Pfizer and Moderna reported that data for their COVID vaccines indicate effective rates of 95% and 94.5%, respectively. Both companies expect these vaccines to be authorized for use in December, and other vaccines are close behind in the testing and approval process.
While river cruising has not yet restarted for most travelers around the world, vaccine distribution will speed up the rate at which countries open their borders to international visitors and ships are allowed to resume sailing. We will let you know when river cruise companies are operating again.
Below we’ve listed dates of suspended service by river cruise company and provided links to each company's policy covering future cruise credits (FCCs) and refunds on canceled sailings. We have also provided links to relaxed cancelation terms for bookings on future sailings.
In general, river cruise companies are offering generous incentives to customers who accept future cruise credits (FCCs) in lieu of a refund on a sailing that has been canceled by the operator. These FCCs can be applied to a future cruise on the same line and booked at Vacations To Go’s terrific rates.
Due to a backlog of refund requests, it may take river cruise companies up to 90 days after the cancelation date to return funds to customers.
No further action is needed if the booking is canceled and it is not necessary to contact Vacations To Go.
Abercrombie & Kent
Adventures by Disney
American Cruise Lines
American Queen Steamboat Company
Blount Small Ship Adventures
CostSaver by Trafalgar
Crystal River Cruises
Gate 1 River Cruises
Riviera River Cruises
Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours
Tauck River Cruises
U by Uniworld
Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection