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Further Port Changes for Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships

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Due to the recent Hurricanes which have pounded parts of the Eastern Caribbean Royal Caribbean is changing ports for many sailings.

Royal Caribbean is joining other cruise lines by sailings to alternative ports due to the impact of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria. Both major Hurricanes have caused huge destruction in Eastern parts of the Caribbean and Florida.

The cruise line is changing ports on the following ship sailings:

Adventure of the Seas:

9/30 – St. Maarten to St. Kitts
10/7 – St. Maarten to St. Croix
10/14 – St. Thomas to St. Croix

Allure of the Seas:

10/1 – St. Thomas & San Juan to Cozumel & Costa Maya
10/15 – St. Maarten & San Juan to Cozumel & Costa Maya

Enchantment of the Seas:

10/2 & 10/9 – Freeport back to Key West

Harmony of the Seas:

10/7 – St. Maarten, San Juan & Labadee to Nassau, Cozumel & Costa Maya
10/21 – St. Thomas, San Juan & Labadee to Nassau, Cozumel & Costa Maya

Serenade of the Seas:

10/20 – St. Thomas & St. Maarten to St. Kitts & Antigua

Oasis of the Seas:

10/8 – St. Maarten, San Juan & Labadee to Nassau, Cozumel & Costa Maya
10/22 – St. Maarten & San Juan to Nassau & Falmouth

Royal Caribbean will make sure guests have a great shore experience with alternative ports. In the meantime Hurricane hit cruise destinations including St Maarten, St. Thomas and Puerto Rico are working hard assessing damage and restoring services so cruise ships can return and bring back the business.

Also Read: Royal Caribbean Replaces Popular Calls of St. Maarten and St. Thomas

The cruise line has also posted that any changes made to ship itineraries guests will be informed around four weeks in advanced.

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