Carnival Cruise Line is keeping a close eye on the developments of Hurricane Irma as it causes major damage across the Eastern Caribbean and gets closer to Florida.

Carnival Cruise Line is working non-stop making sure guests and crew are safe and kept away from Hurricane Irma. The cruise line has released another update where there are more itinerary adjustments and cancellations.

Given the storm’s projected path, the following cruises have been cancelled:

Carnival Liberty – Sept. 7 three-day Bahamas cruise from Port Canaveral
Carnival Victory – Sept. 8 three-day Bahamas cruise from Miami
Carnival Splendor – Sept. 9 – five-day Eastern Caribbean cruise from Port Everglades
Carnival Liberty – Sept. 10 – four-day Bahamas cruise from Port Canaveral

A full refund will be provided to all guests who were scheduled to sail on cancelled voyages.

Additional voyages currently affected at this time:

Carnival Paradise – Sept. 7
Will depart from Tampa today. Guests will be informed of our itinerary this afternoon.

Carnival Sensation – Sept. 7
Will depart Miami today, as scheduled.  Our call to Key West is canceled and guests will enjoy an extended stay in Cozumel.

Carnival Conquest – Sept. 9
Now scheduled to depart Port Everglades on Sept. 12 on a four-day cruise to Cozumel.

Carnival Glory – Sept. 9
Now scheduled to depart Miami on Sept. 12 on a four-day cruise to Cozumel.

Carnival Magic – Sept. 9
Now scheduled to depart Port Canaveral on Sept. 13 on a three-day cruise to Nassau

Carnival Vista – Sept. 9
Now scheduled to depart Miami on Sept. 12 on a 5 day two-port Western Caribbean cruise to Grand Cayman and Cozumel.

Carnival Freedom – Sept. 9
Will depart Galveston on Sept. 9 on a three-port Western Caribbean cruise to Mahogany Bay, Belize and Cozumel.

Carnival Ecstasy – Sept. 9
We will depart Charleston on Sept. 9 to operate a cruise to the Bahamas. We are hopeful that we will be able to offer a two Bahamian port itinerary (Freeport, Nassau or Half Moon Cay).  Since we are unable to confirm the itinerary at this time, guests may elect to cancel and receive a future cruise credit.  Guests wishing to sail will receive a 25% future cruise credit based on the fare paid for this cruise.

Carnival Dream – Sept. 10                                                                   
Will depart New Orleans on Sept. 10 to operate a three-port Western Caribbean cruise to Ocho Rios, Grand Cayman and Cozumel.

Carnival Pride – Sept. 10
We will depart Baltimore on Sept. 10 on a cruise to Canada/New England.  Itinerary details will be confirmed later today.  Guests may elect to cancel and receive a future cruise credit.  Guests wishing to sail will receive a 25% future cruise credit based on the fare paid for this cruise.

Carnival Sensation – Sept. 11
Will now depart on Sept. 13 for a three-day cruise to Nassau.

Carnival Victory – Sept. 11
Will now depart on Sept. 12 for a three-day cruise to Nassau.

Carnival Paradise – Sept. 11  
Will depart on Monday, as scheduled; itinerary remains unchanged.

Carnival Cruise Line has stated the following:

We remain in constant contact with port officials regarding potential port closures in South and Central Florida. Given the uncertainty of the storm’s impact, we will be shortening the duration of several upcoming cruises. Guests who sail on the shortened cruises will receive a pro-rated refund of their cruise fare. Guests who wish to cancel due to the modified cruise duration may do so and receive a future cruise credit equal to the amount of their cruise fare.

In order to provide the most accurate information, we will inform guests of any changes to our departures no later than 48 hours prior to the sailing date.

Cruise Hive will keep readers updated on all the latest developments impacting the cruise industry. Hurricane Irma is now just an hour or so away from hitting the popular cruise destination of Grand Turk with maximum sustained winds of 175 MPH.