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Cruise Companies Continue to Make Cruise Itinerary Changes Because of Natural Disasters

4 minutes read • September 24th, 2019
Two Tropical Storms continue to cause

cruise itinerary changes

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Tropical Storm Karen is heading towards Puerto Rico and the U.S and British Virgin Islands.
Tropical Storm Jerry (downgraded from the hurricane) is threatening Bermuda.
Tropical Storm Cruise Itinerary Changes
Photo courtesy of National Hurricane Center

Carnival Cruise Line
Royal Caribbean International
  • Symphony of the Seas departed on 9/21/19 from Miami. Because of Tropical Storm Karen, the ship won't visit St. Maarten and Puerto Rico. Instead, she will call at the ports of Cozumel and CocoCay.
  • Harmony of the Seas departed on 9/22/2019 from Port Canaveral. After a stop at CocoCay, the ship will switch to the Eastern Caribbean. She won't visit St. Thomas and St. Maarten but will call at the ports of Costa Maya and Cozumel.
  • Anthem of the Seas departed on 9/21/19 from New York. She visited Bermuda on 9/23/2019 as planned, but left on the same day (an overnight stop was canceled). She will have a day at sea on 9/24/2019. This was caused by Tropical Storm Jerry.
  • Serenade of the Seas departed on 9/22/2019 from Boston. Because of Tropical Storm Jerry, the ship will spend only two days at the port of Bermuda, on 9/26/19 and 9/27/19. She has visited Portland, Maine on 9/23/2019.

Disney Cruise Line
Earlier, Carnival Pride and Carnival Sunrise have missed their stops at the port of Bermuda because of Hurricane Humberto.

We will continue to monitor the situation closely and update you as often as possible.
Please, stay safe wherever you are!

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