Scenic and Evergreen have suspended cruising until April 30 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The line joins Viking, which suspended sailings until April 30, and Uniworld, which has also stopped itineraries until April 23.
Glen Moroney, Scenic Group owner said “with the news of increasing virus cases in countries around the world, the health and safety of guests and crew is our primary focus. We will continue to ensure they come first and foremost in all our decisions”.
Scenic is offering the choice of either a Future Travel Credit valued at 125% of the booking, or the option of a refund to the value of the amount paid. Guests choosing a Future Travel Credit will have up to 24 months to travel on a Scenic Group river cruise.
Full details of the cancellation policy are outlined at www.scenic.com.au/media-centre/coronavirus
Many Ocean cruise lines have now suspended operations, with Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, Regent Seven Seas, Oceania, Holland America and CMV all halting operations.