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Further Itinerary Adjustments for Carnival Cruise Ships

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Carnival Cruise Line continues to make ship itinerary adjustments in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.

We want to keep readers updated on the latest itinerary updates for Carnival cruise ships. Even though Hurricane Irma is now gone the impact made has been huge. Not just cruise lines but many popular cruise destinations have been hugely affected. It will take time for islands like St. Maarten and St. Thomas to receive cruise ships so as a result itineraries are still being changed.

Latest Carnival Cruise Ship itinerary changes:

Carnival Conquest – September 16
Departing Fort Lauderdale for an 8-day cruise to Amber Cove, La Romana, Curaçao and Aruba

Carnival Glory – September 16
Updated – Departing Miami for a 7-day cruise to Half Moon Cay, San Juan, and Amber Cove

Carnival Magic – September 16
Updated – Departing Port Canaveral for an 8-day cruise to Amber Cove, San Juan, Antigua and St. Kitts

Carnival Paradise – September 16
Departing Tampa for a 5-day cruise to Grand Cayman and Cozumel

Carnival Sensation – September 16
Departing Miami for a 5-day cruise to Nassau, Half Moon Cay and Freeport

Carnival Breeze – September 17
Departing Galveston for a 7-day cruise to Freeport and Nassau

Carnival Fascination – September 17
Departing San Juan for a 7-day cruise to Dominica, Barbados, St. Lucia, Antigua and St. Kitts

Carnival Victory – September 18
Departing Miami for a 4-day cruise to Cozumel

There are less itinerary adjustments compared to when Irma was active in the Caribbean and Florida. The impact is now limited as scheduled departures are now able to depart their Florida home ports on time.

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

Carnival Cruise Line also stated the following details:

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 Hurricane Irma has caused and look forward to welcoming our guests on board.

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

Our thoughts and prayers remain with our Caribbean and Floridian friends, and those communities impacted by Hurricane Irma.

Cruise Hive will continue to keep readers updated on cruise lines impacted by Irma and the cruise destinations which have been devastated.

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