Allure of the Seas Cancels Call At Nassau, Bahamas

Allure of the Seas
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Allure of the Seas has been forced to cancel its call in Nassau, Bahamas.

One of the world’s largest cruise ships sadly was forced to cancel its call in Nassau today due to bad weather conditions. Instead, the Royal Caribbean ship will sail a sea day. The remaining itinerary is scheduled to go ahead as normal.

The large vessel is on a 8-day Eastern Caribbean cruise which departed Port Everglades on November 6. The ship will sail another day at sea tomorrow before arriving in St. Thomas on Wednesday. Allure of the Seas will also call at St. Maarten on Thursday before arriving back at its home port on November 13.

Royal Caribbean didn’t tell us how guests onboard would be compensated but usually in these cases credit will be put on passengers onboard account. Sadly bad weather does happen and cruise lines must always keep guests and crew safety first.

Allure of the Seas is a 225,282 gross tons and can carry 5,400 guests at double occupancy. The second Oasis class ship also just recently met up with fellow sisters ships for the very first.