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Royal Caribbean Announced Hurricane Matthew’s Impact On Labadee And CocoCay

3 minutes read • October 12th, 2016
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Royal Caribbean CEO Michael Bayley announced

Hurricane Matthew

’s impact on

Labadee

and CocoCay. After getting a whole lot of questions concerning the situation with the cruise line’s private ports, RCI decided to give the guests of Allure of the Seas all the latest information.

According to the letter, Labadee situated on the northern coast of Haiti managed to avoid serious aftermath of the storm. The staff has remained on the spot and has immediately begun to prepare the resort for meeting the guests.
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As for CocoCay located in the Bahamas, there’s no information on the exact data about the damage. It is known that the cruise line got in touch with authorities of the state. Tentatively, all stops at this private port of call will be resumed on October 15.

The Caribbean region is in a deplorable state. The company stays in contact with governments of harmed islands and is ready to render any aid they need. High-priority tasks for

Royal Caribbean International

are to remedy effects of destructive Hurricane Matthew. And to return stability and calmness in the Caribbean. 

Source: Royal Caribbean Blog

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