Tropical Storm Danny Disrupts Intineraries of Major Cruise Lines

RCCL, Carnival and NCL have all announced changes in the itineraries of their ships sailing this week to the Eastern Caribbean.  RCCL's The Oasis, The Adventure of the Seas, Carnival Glory and NCL's Getaway have altered their ports of call.

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Hazards of sailing between June and November.  

Yep, better safe than sorry. 

i know but that is a long stretch of time to eliminate.  I lIve in FLORIDA.  Almost all the cruises offered here go to the Bahamas or Caribbean.  For my local port, it is 100%.  Thanks for replying.

 

 

 

Consider any itinerary changes as an adventure. You never know what surprises you may receive or where you may land. Might even get lucky and score an extra day or two on-board ship. 

I'd rather have a surprise itinerary change and be on a  ship,  then no change and be at home.  With a change you may get to go see a place you never thought of visiting and find out you like it !  It is part of the adventure as OldGrayWolf said.

Anyone who is really shocked by this needs to do a little homework on weather patterns round this time of year.  It's unfortunate when it affects a trip but I consider it an assumed risk and make the best of the situation. 

A port change is the perfect reason to go ahead and plan your next Eastern Caribbean cruise!

 

A friend of mine was on a Carnival ship and spent an extra day on the ship because of a hurricane.  She was thrilled.

 

 

 

As long as I'm on the ship it's okay.

I concur!Happy

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