Azamara has grow to be the newest line to delay its return to operation within the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
No journeys will now depart earlier than June 30th.
Royal Caribbean, which is at present within the means of selling the boutique line to non-public traders, had beforehand set a date in April for a possible return to the seas.
A press release from Azamara stated: “As the world continues to confront the various challenges ensuing from Covid-19, our main purpose continues to be a wholesome return to service for our friends, crew and the communities we go to.
“To be able to guarantee the simplest initiatives are in place for a wholesome return to service, Azamara has taken the choice to increase the suspension of world.”
Azamara is an upmarket cruise line, presently with three mid-sized ships crusing to all seven continents of the world.
A further fourth ship is scheduled to affix the fleet in 2022.
“The Azamara staff is working diligently with Royal Caribbean Group’s Wholesome Sail Panel to create a small-ship cruising expertise that may defend the wellbeing of friends and crew but keep true to the Azamara spirit of connecting individuals to cultures,” added a press release.