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Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships Currently Impacted by Hurricane Dorian

Here is a list of all Royal Caribbean cruise ships which have altered itinerary due to Hurricane Dorian.

Hurricane Dorian Impacts Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships

To make sure readers and cruisers are updated on the latest Royal Caribbean itinerary changes due to Hurricane Dorian we’ve put together a list of live updates. You can keep checking this page for the very latest.

As Dorian continues to impact the cruise industry and head towards Florida we’re expecting even further itinerary changes. Royal Caribbean is monitoring the developments of the Hurricane along with Chief Royal Caribbean Meteorologist James Van Fleet who is very active keeping everyone updated on social media.

Also, note many if the changes are due to the closure of Royal Caribbean’s private island Perfect Day at CocoCay in the Bahamas. The island is set to re-open on September 4 but depending on the Hurricane track and developments this could change just like everything else.

Royal Caribbean Itinerary Changes

Empress of the Seas (Sailing Date: Aug 24)

The ship will sail a revised itinerary with an overnight at Cozumel, Mexico. The ship will then depart Cozumel on August 30. The cancellation of CocoCay on August 31 will also be replaced with a day at sea. The ship is based out of Miami, Florida with an extended itinerary which will end on September 4.

Empress of the Seas (Sailing Date: Sep 1)

With the previous cruise becoming much longer than originally scheduled the September 1 departure from Miami will now be much shorter as follows:

  • Sep 4: Miami
  • Sep 5: Sea Day
  • Sep 6: Nassau
  • Sep 7: Miami

Harmony of the Seas (Sailing Date: Aug 25)

With the closure of Port Canaveral and several other Florida homeports the Oasis-class ship is now sailing an extended cruise as follows:

  • Aug 25: Port Canaveral
  • Aug 26: CocoCay
  • Aug 27: Day at Sea
  • Aug 28: Cozumel
  • Aug 29: Roatan
  • Aug 30: Costa Maya
  • Aug 31: Cozumel
  • Sep 1: Cozumel
  • Sep 2: Day at Sea
  • Sep 3: Days at Sea
  • Sep 4: Port Canaveral

Allure of the seas (Sailing Date: Aug 25)

The Oasis-class cruise ship is now sailing an extended cruise due to port closures. The ship will now return to Fort Lauderdale on September 4 rather than Sep 1. Here is the new itinerary:

  • Aug 25: Fort Lauderdale
  • Aug 26: Day at Sea
  • Aug 27: Labadee
  • Aug 28: Falmouth
  • Aug 29: Day at Sea
  • Aug 30: Cozumel
  • Aug 31: Roatan
  • Sep 1: Costa Maya
  • Sep 2: Day at Sea
  • Sep 3: Day at Sea
  • Sep 4: Fort Lauderdale

Harmony of the Seas (Sailing Date: Sep 1)

With the previous voyage being extended it does now mean the September 1 departure will be much shorter as follows:

  • Sep 4: Port Canaveral
  • Sep 5: Day at Sea
  • Sep 6: Labadee
  • Sep 7: Day at Sea
  • Sep 8: Port Canaveral

Majesty of the Seas (Sailing Date: Aug 28)

Royal Caribbean is extending the sailing and will return on Wednesday, 9/04/19. There will be a sea day on 9/02/19 and added a visit to Nassau on 9/03/19.

Majesty of the Seas (Sailing Date: Sep 2)

With the previous voyage being extended the September 2 departure is being shortened. Here is the revised itinerary:

  • Sep 4: Fort Lauderdale
  • Sep 5: Day at Sea
  • Sep 6: Nassau
  • Sep 7: Fort Lauderdale

Mariner of the Seas (Sailing Date: Aug 26)

The call to CocoCay on August 20 was replaced with Nassau, Bahamas. The ship is based out of Port Canaveral, Florida.

Mariner of the Seas (Sailing Date: Aug 30)

The ship will sail a day at sea instead of its originally scheduled call at CocoCay on September 1. The ship is based out of Port Canaveral, Florida. Due to homeport closures, the ship will no longer arrive back in Port Canaveral on September 2. Here is the new itinerary:

  • Aug 30: Port Canaveral
  • Aug 31: Nassau
  • Sep 1: Day at Sea
  • Sep 2: Labadee
  • Sep 3: Day at Sea
  • Sep 4: Port Canaveral

Mariner of the Seas (Sailing Date: Sep 2)

Due to the previous voyage arriving back into Port Canaveral days later the sailing has now been altered as follows:

  • Sep 4: Port Canaveral
  • Sep 5: CocoCay
  • Sep 6: Port Canaveral

Navigator of the Seas (Sailing Date: Aug 26)

The call at CocoCay on August 28 was replaced with Nassau. The main reasons for this are so the 500 Bahamians working on the island can go home and prepare for the Hurricane. The ship is based out of Miami, Florida. The new itinerary is as follows:

  • Aug 26: Miami
  • Aug 27: Nassau
  • Aug 28: Nassau
  • Aug 29: Day at Sea
  • Aug 30: Miami

Navigator of the Seas (Sailing Date: Aug 30)

The sailing has been extended and will return to Miami on September 4. Costa Maya, Mexico is also being added to the voyage. Here is the new itinerary:

  • Aug 30: Miami
  • Aug 31: Day at Sea
  • Sep 1: Costa Maya
  • Sep 2: Cozumel
  • Sep 3: Day at Sea
  • Sep 4: Miami

Navigator of the Seas (Sailing Date: Sep 2)

Due to the previous sailings arriving back into Miami later the September 2 departure has now been changed to September 4. Here is the new itinerary:

  • Sep 4: Miami
  • Sep 5: CocoCay
  • Sep 6: Miami

Symphony of the Seas (Sailing Date: Aug 24)

The Oasis-class Royal Caribbean ship which is based out of Miami, Florida will replace a call to Cococay on August 30 with Nassau, Bahamas.

Symphony of the Seas (Sailing Date: Aug 31)

The ship itinerary has been extended and will return to Miami on September 4. The call to Nassau has been canceled and Costa Maya in the Western Caribbean has been added, here is the new itinerary:

  • Aug 31: Miami
  • Sep 1: Day at Sea
  • Sep 2: Costa Maya
  • Sep 3: Day at Sea
  • Sep 4: Miami

Symphony of the Seas (Sailing Date: Sep 3)

Royal Caribbean has now altered this sailing for the world’s largest cruise ship out of PortMiami, Florida. The cruise has been shortened and will depart on Wednesday, September 4. Here is the new itinerary:

  • Sep 4: Miami
  • Sep 5: Nassau
  • Sep 6: CocoCay
  • Sep 7: Miami

Cruise Industry Being Impacted

All the major cruise lines are closely monitoring the developments of Hurricane Dorian. Carnival Cruise Line is also continuing to change ship itineraries which you can check here.

Hurricane Dorian Latest

Hurricane Dorian
Image: NOAA

Dorian is becoming a major Hurricane which is causing widespread disruption across the cruise industry. Even further ship itinerary changes are expected if major cruise ports close. At the moment according to the National Hurricane Center (NOAA), Dorian has maximum sustained winds of 140 MPH and is moving west towards Nassau at 12 MPH.

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