As the Russian attacks on Ukraine continue, many cruise lines are cutting the ports from their sailing itineraries in 2022.

Norwegian Cruise Line and its sister brands Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Oceania Cruises announced the removal of calls to Russian ports throughout 2022.

Norwegian Cruise Line will eliminate 2022 sailings to St. Petersburg, while Regent Seven Seas Cruises will no longer stop in the Solovetsky Islands, Arkhangelsk, Murmansk and St. Petersburg, Russia, and Odesa, Ukraine, this year, according to USA Today.

Oceania Cruises will also remove Russian and Ukrainian ports from its 2022 sailing schedule, the news outlet said.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings said it is adjusting itineraries accordingly and will advise all impacted guests and travel advisors as soon as possible, according to Reuters.

In a Q4 2021 earnings call on Thursday, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings CEO Frank del Rio said, “It is disappointing because St. Petersburg is one of the crown jewels of the Scandinavia itineraries. But certainly, there are alternatives,” as reported by Reuters.

Viking and Atlas Ocean Voyages also said they are modifying their sailing schedules due to the escalating situation in Ukraine.

Atlas Ocean Voyages will remove its calls to St. Petersburg, replacing them with ports of call in Finland and Estonia, while Viking has suspended its ocean and river cruises throughout 2022 with departures from Kyiv, the Black Sea and Bucharest, Romania, USA Today said.

Passengers will be notified of the changes “as soon as possible,” the cruise lines said.

Carnival Corp., which owns the Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line and six other cruise brands, said it is monitoring the situation, USA Today reported.

Norwegian Cruise Line ship Dawn
The Norwegian Cruise Line ship Norwegian Dawn departs the Royal Naval Dockyard near the port of Hamilton, Bermuda, in this file photo taken on July 16, 2013. Reuters/Gary Cameron