AranuiShips: Aranui 5Itineraries: French PolynesiaWho can go: Visitors must prove their visit is for work/family reasons and take a COVID-19 test 72 hours before departure.Health requirement: COVID-19 test the day before departure.
Costa CruisesShips: Costa Deliziosa, Costa Diadema; Costa Smerelda (October); Costa Firenze (December).Itineraries: Costa Deliziosa operates from Trieste, offering week-long cruises around Italy. After October 10, it will sail to Greece.Costa Diadema offers week-long trips round Italy, departing from Genoa.Costa Smerelda will offer Western Med cruises from October 10.New flagship Costa Firenze will offer Western Mediterranean cruises from the end of December.Who can go: Italians only, opening up to more European nationalities toward the end of the month.Health requirement: COVID-19 testing as standard; only ship-organized shore excursions.
Coral ExpeditionsShip: Coral DiscovererItineraries: 7-night Great Barrier Reef from Cairns (from October 14, 2020)Who can go: Australians and Queenslanders
CroisiEuropeShip: MV Belle des Océans Itineraries: MediterraneanWho can go: Open to all
Dream CruisesShip: Explorer DreamItineraries: From Taipei, offering four-day cruises to Taiwanese islandsWho can go: Taiwanese only
Hapag-LloydShip: Europa 2, Hanseatic InspirationItineraries: Cruise to nowhere from Hamburg to the North and Baltic seasWho can go: Germans, Austrians, Swiss
Maine WindjammersShips: Schooners Stephen Taber, LadonaItineraries: Operating three- to six-night cruises along the coast of MaineWho can go: AnyoneHealth Requirement: COVID test required to board, no port stops
The Majestic LineShips: Glen Shiel, Glen EntiveItineraries: From Scottish ports to Scottish islands.Who can go: U.K. citizens
Metropolitan TouringShips: La PintaItineraries: Galapagos Islands expeditionsWho can go:Anyone eligible to travel to EcuadorHealth Requirement: COVID negative test required to enter Galapagos Islands; masks must be worn.
MSC CruisesShips: MSC Grandiosa, MSC Magnifica (October 19)Itineraries: MSC Grandiosa operates from Genoa, offering week-long cruises round Italy.MSC Magnifica will homeport in Genoa and call at Livorno for Florence and Pisa, Messina in Sicily, Valletta in Malta, Piraeus for Athens and Katakolon for Olympia in Greece, and Civitavecchia for Rome.Who can go: Schengen citizens (not U.K.)Health requirement: COVID testing as standard; only ship-organised shore excursions
Paul GauguinShip: Paul GauguinItineraries: 7- to 14-night Tahiti, French Polynesia, and South Pacific sailings.Who can go: Open to all.Health requirement: Proof of a negative COVID-19 test
PonantShips: Le Jacques Cartier, L'Austral, Le Lyrial, Le ChamplainItineraries: Le Jacques Cartier is sailing French coastal itineraries in Brittany. L'Austral is sailing in the Mediterranean from Marsailles. Le Lyrial is sailing to Corscia from Nice. Le Champlain is sailing in Croatia.Who can go: French, Belgians, DutchHealth requirement: Proof of a negative COVID-19 test
SeaDream*Ships: SeaDream 1 (possibly SeaDream 2)Itineraries: Transatlantic from Norway (where it has been operating successfully) on October 15 via the U.K. and Madeira to Barbados, where it will be based. On November 7, SeaDream 1 will start round-trip cruises from Bridgetown to St. Vincent and several islands in the Grenadines such as Union Island and Bequia, as well as Grenada. If demand is there the line will add SeaDream 2.Who can go: Passengers from Barbados' "safe list", which includes US and Canadian citizens.
*from October 15Health requirement: At least two negative COVID-19 test results