Hurricane Sandy – Cruise Itinerary Updates

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Updated 10/30 at 3:30pm

FINAL UPDATE

CARNIVAL CRUISES

Carnival Miracle – October 29th sailing 

Original Departure Date Will Now Depart On
October 29, 2012 October 28, 2012 (Check in: 2:00pm – 5:00pm)
Date Scheduled Port Will Now Call In
10/31 At Sea Port Canaveral
11/1 San Juan Nassau
11/2 St. Thomas At Sea

NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE

Norwegian GemOctober 29th sailing – UPDATED

Original Departure Date Will Now Depart On
October 29, 2012 October 31, 2012 (Boarding begins at noon)
Norwegian Dawn – October 26th sailing  UPDATED
Norwegian Dawn is overnighting in Halifax, Nova Scotia and will depart at 7 am tomorrow. The ship is scheduled to call in Boston on Wednesday, October 31.

PRINCESS CRUISES

Caribbean Princess – October 27th and 31st sailings  UPDATED

Please CLICK HERE for a special statement from Princess Cruises regarding the upcoming and current sailings of the Caribbean, Emerald, and Ruby Princess.

Emerald Princess – October 26th sailing 

Date Scheduled Port Will Now Call In
10/28 Bar Harbor Port Saguenay
10/30 Newport Corner Brook

ROYAL CARIBBEAN

Enchantment of the Seas – October 26th sailing 

Enchantment of the Seas has cancelled her 3 days in Hamilton, Bermuda. Instead, the ship will sail out to sea in an effort to try to find the calmest seas possible.

Jewel of the Seas – October 26th sailing 

Original Departure Date Will Now Depart On
October 28, 2012 October 30, 2012
Due to the delayed departure from Boston, it will be necessary to modify the itinerary.  Guests sailing on Jewel of the Seas will receive additional information on their revised itinerary once the board the ship today.

 

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