Cruises now operating worldwide!

Around the globe, the travel industry has largely reopened. About 70% of cruise ships are now operating and 100% are expected to be in service by the spring of 2022.
 
More than one million people have cruised since the industry restarted in June and, according to cruise line executives, guest satisfaction scores are as high as they have ever been.
 
Health and safety protocols on cruise ships--considered to be the best in the travel industry—vary by ship and can be seen on our site at the FastDeal level. Cruise lines require most passengers to be vaccinated (some require ALL passengers to be vaccinated) and specific requirements are listed for each sailing at the FastDeal level. On all ships, the crew has been vaccinated.
 
Travel requirements vary by country so now, more than ever, the highly trained and experienced cruise counselors of Vacations To Go are a vital part of an easy booking experience and a worry-free vacation. They can help you sort through your options, answer all of your questions and help you find the lowest price.
 
Prices for sailings departing in the next 90 days -- considered last-minute in the cruise industry -- are as low as we have ever seen them, so it's a great time to get a huge value for your travel dollars.
 
To see our comprehensive list of the most deeply-discounted, close-in departures, visit our 90-Day Ticker on our home page or simply click here.

To see all available cruises by region, click any of the following links: Alaska, Bahamas, Baltic, Bermuda, Black Sea, British Isles, Canary Islands, Caribbean, Eastern Canada & New England, Europe, Galapagos, Greek Islands, Hawaii, Mediterranean, Mexico & Central America, Northern Europe, Pacific U.S. & Canada, Pacific U.S. & Mexico, Panama Canal, Repositioning, Tahiti, Transatlantic and Transpacific.
 
Finally, if you’re holding a future cruise credit (FCC) from a previous cancellation, you can use it on any sailing offered by Vacations To Go (on the same cruise line that issued the FCC) regardless of whether the original cruise was booked through Vacations To Go.
 
Below are links to each cruise line's policy covering FCCs and refunds on cancelled sailings and relaxed cancellation terms for bookings on future sailings.

AmaWaterways

American Cruise Lines

American Queen Voyages

Avalon Waterways

Azamara

Carnival Cruise Line

Celebrity Cruises

Costa Cruises

CroisiEurope

Crystal Cruises

Crystal River Cruises

Cunard Line

Disney Cruise Line

Emerald Cruises

Gate 1 River Cruises

Holland America Line

Hurtigruten

MSC Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line

Oceania Cruises

  • Future cruise credit or refund policy for sailings that have been cancelled by the cruise line has been emailed to affected customers.
  • Health & Safety Update

P&O Cruises

Paul Gauguin Cruises

  • Future cruise credit or refund policy for sailings that have been cancelled by the cruise line has been emailed to affected customers.
  • Health & Safety Update

Ponant

Princess Cruises

Pullmantur Cruises

Quark Expeditions

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

  • Future cruise credit or refund policy for sailings that have been cancelled by the cruise line has been emailed to affected customers.

Riviera River Cruises

Royal Caribbean International

Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours

Seabourn

SeaDream Yacht Club

  • Future cruise credit or refund policy for sailings that have been cancelled by the cruise line has been emailed to affected customers.

Silversea Cruises

Star Clippers

  • Future cruise credit or refund policy for sailings that have been cancelled by the cruise line has been emailed to affected customers.

Tauck River Cruises

U by Uniworld

Uniworld Boutique River Cruises

Victory Cruise Lines

Viking

Windstar Cruises