When Will Cruising Return to New York and New Jersey?

The Return to Cruising From New York and New Jersey Is Still TBD (To Be Determined)
For months now, the cruise lines have been discussing the restart of operations.  All communications have identified the return to cruising to be primarily in Florida (Miami and Port Canaveral) and the Gulf Coast ports in Texas. There has been no mention of cruising returning from the port of New York and New Jersey.

With the recent spike in coronavirus cases in Florida and the Gulf Ports. The cruise lines have turned their attention to Europe. The European Union has also put into effect a series of restrictions and guidelines cruise lines need to follow which will greatly reduce the ship's capacity and impact the onboard experience.

It does not appear that New York or New Jersey is part of the phase 1 of   the initial return to service after the pause.

My best guess would be April of 2021 with a limited return to service when the Bermuda, New England / Canada and Florida / Bahamas cruising can resume.

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