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Carnival Cruise Line Replaces Hurricane Hit Ports

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Carnival Cruise Line has released further itinerary adjustments due to heavily damaged and devastated ports of call in the Eastern Caribbean due to Hurricane Irma. Irma was a powerful storm which reached a category 5 and hit popular cruise destinations of St. Maarten, St. Thomas, Grand Turk, Key West and more.

Even though most sailings are now departing as normal the cruise line has changed some calls so that guests can still enjoy time in port and stay safe.

Carnival Cruise Ship Altered Itineraries

Carnival Ecstasy – September 20
Departing Charleston on a 5-day cruise to Nassau and Freeport.

Carnival Sensation – September 21
Departing Miami on a 4-day cruise to Cozumel.

Carnival Splendor – September 23
Departing Port Everglades on a 7-day cruise to Cozumel, Belize, Mahogany Bay and Grand Cayman.

Carnival Vista – September 23
Departing Miami on an 8 day cruise to La Romana, D.R., Aruba and Curacao.

Carnival Conquest – September 24
Departing Port Everglades on a 6 day cruise to Ocho Rios, Grand Cayman and Cozumel.

Carnival Magic – September 24
Departing Port Canaveral on a 6 day cruise to Cozumel, Belize and Costa Maya.

Carnival Pride – September 24
Departing Baltimore on a 7-day cruise to Half Moon Cay, Nassau and Freeport.

Carnival Paradise – September 25
Departing Tampa on a 5-day cruise for an overnight stay in Havana.

Carnival Victory – September 25
Departing Miami on a 4-day cruise to Cozumel.

Carnival Glory – September 30
Departing Miami on a 7-day cruise to Half Moon Cay, Montego Bay, Grand Cayman and Cozumel.

Carnival Sensation – September 30
Departing Miami on a 5-day cruise to Nassau, Half Moon Cay and Freeport.

Carnival Splendor – September 30
Departing Port Everglades on an 8-day cruise to Princess Cays, Ocho Rios, Grand Cayman and Cozumel.

Carnival Pride – October 1
Departing Baltimore on a 7-day cruise to Nassau, Half Moon Cay and Freeport.

ALSO READ: Royal Caribbean Replaces Popular Calls of St. Maarten and St. Thomas

Carnival Cruise Line also posted the following:

Pre-purchased Carnival Adventures for cancelled ports, as well as any taxes, fees and port expenses will be refunded to your onboard Sail & Sign account. An email with detailed itinerary information will be sent to all guests scheduled to sail on these cruises. We sincerely apologize for the disruption the recent storms have caused and look forward to welcoming our guests on board.

At this time, all other future cruises will depart as scheduled.

Further cruise ship itinerary adjustments may occur from other cruise lines too. It is expected to take a while for several popular cruise ports to open for regular cruise business.

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