Everyone who was on the ship when it arrived at San Antonio Chile were stuck on the ship when the port was closed. This was not Celebrity’s fault and they have done everything to take care of us. The ship was finally rerouted to San Diego, Ca. and Celebrity is getting flights for everyone to go home. I commend Captain Leo for keeping us informed and for all the staff and crew for taking excellent care of everyone on board.
We never docked. Chile closed the port and after 2 days of circling around in sight of San Antonio and negotiations between government officials still denied entry.
We had already planned on staying on ship for back to back cruise to San Diego. This cruise was canceled on 3/14 and created chaos for us. We were told we were to get off the ship in less than 24 hours and had to find a flight home. Then the ship was denied entry.
All the people who were to get off were stuck on the ship. Those who were to get
on the ship were stuck in Chile.
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