A curiosity

Saw this article just now about Carnival Sunrise not being able to go to Bermuda because of bad weather.

The ship ended up just diverting to Charleston before heading back where it came from in NYC. It made me wonder, is the government understanding of things like weather when it come to the law about cruise ships touching a foreign port? Or did Carnival get fined or something for not going anywhere outside the US?

We will probably never know but it just got me thinking.

https://cruiseradio.net/carnival-ship-cancels-port-gives-passengers-free-cruise/

15 Answers

So, where and when are you going with your cruise credit?

Thanks Yankee47

AuntPinkie We have not figured that out yet. We have a 7 day Western booked and paid in full for Nov this year.

My wife is already trying to figure something out now, she has mentioned a 10 day southern which includes Aruba

and at least one of the other ABC islands. I know we will use it soon enough.

Great minds etc...were heading for the WC on a 9 day in Nov.

Looking forward to reading about your decision. Happy

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