Norwegian Cruise Line has canceled calls to its private island Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas due to Hurricane Dorian.
NCL Ships Change Itineraries
Two cruise ship operated by Norwegian Cruise Line has now canceled calls to the cruise line’s private island of Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas. The reason is due to Hurricane Dorian which is heading towards the Bahamas and Florida.
Norwegian Sun which is based out of Port Canaveral, Florida will no longer be calling to Great Stirrup Caye in the Bahamas on August 31. The ship is still set to sail a 4-day voyage to the Bahamas. The ship is still scheduled to call at Freeport and Nassau.
Norwegian Sky which is based out of Port Miami will also not call at the private island in the Bahamas on August 30 during its 5-day Bahamas voyage. The ship will call at Freeport and Nassau during the sailing.
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Norwegian Cruise Line has apologized to guests booked on those two sailings and there could be further changes to other ships in the fleet depending on how Hurricane Dorian develops in the coming days. We suggest to always get the latest updates from the cruise line before your cruise departure.
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Hurricane Dorian Latest
Hurricane Dorian is set to become a major Hurricane and cause disruption to cruise operations out of Florida and beyond. According to the National Hurricane Center (NOAA), it currently has maximum sustained winds of 85 MPH north of Puerto Rico. It is moving Northwest at 13 MPH and the track shows a direct hit to Florida.
We will continue to keep readers updated as quickly as possible on any development impacting the cruise and cruise ports.