One of the reasons to use a travel agent to book your cruise is the services they provide beyond booking the cruise. The cruise lines keep in direct contact with travel agents in order to help their customers and their families informed through this dangerous storm.
As other cruise lines provide details, we will update you on them.
The sailing that departed from Boston, Massachusetts on August 30, 2019, for the 7-day cruise to Bermuda successfully arrived there on Sept 1.
At the present time, no itinerary changes are planned for this sailing or any future sailings
This ship left Miami, Florida on August 31, 2019, as scheduled. The hurricane modified the ship’s itinerary, canceling stops in the Bahamas and visiting Key West, Florida and Cozumel, Mexico. It is planned to return to Miami on Sept 5 as planned.
The Escape left New York City on Sept 1, 2019. The 7-day cruise to Bermuda will arrive at the Royal Naval Dockyard in Bermuda on Sept 4 and staying through Sept 6.
No interruptions are planned for this sailing. The Escape is still on schedule to return to New York on Sept 8, 2019.
This sailing will leave Port Miami on Sept 8, 2019. It is scheduled to sail to the Eastern Caribbean with stops in San Juan, Puerto Rico; St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; Tortola, British Virgin Islands; and Nassau, Bahamas.
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