Following Monday’s announcement by Carnival Cruise Line (CCL) to extended its cruise suspension until Sept. 30, Royal Caribbean (RCL) and MSC Cruises have also suspended their cruise operations into the fall because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Royal Caribbean made the announcement on Tuesday, saying that it has decided to extend the suspension of most of its cruises through Sept. 15. Its China sailings are suspended until the end of July, and its Bermuda cruises are suspended through Oct. 31.

The company said in a statement that it was working with “guests and travel partners to address this disruption to their vacations and are genuinely sorry for their inconvenience.”

MSC Cruises also announced that it was suspending its cruise operations, saying on its website that all Caribbean cruises from Aug. 1 to Sept. 15 had been canceled along with its Meraviglia cruises to and from New York through Oct. 22.

MSC’s winter 2020 and 2021 Caribbean cruises were also impacted from Oct. 31 to April 27, 2021, because of new cruise itineraries and its Spring, Summer, and Fall 2021 Caribbean cruises scheduled from March to October 2021 have been impacted by new sailing schedules.

The cruise line said in a statement that it “ made the difficult decision to cancel or change select cruises.”

In March, several cruise lines announced that they were suspending their cruise operations to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The pause in operations has been extended by these cruise operators several more times since their initial announcement.

Royal Caribbean Cruises stock was trading at $53.99 per share at 3:13 p.m. EDT, down $2.11 from 4.13% while Carnival Cruise Line stock was trading at $17.84 per share, up $0.61 from 3.53% at the same time.

Tourists walk beside Royal Caribbean's cruise ship ?Enchantment of the Seas? after they arrive in Cozumel
Tourists walk near a Royal Caribbean cruise ship in Cozumel, Mexico. Reuters