Cruise News Westerdam Cruise Ship Delayed By Hurricane Raymond

Westerdam Cruise Ship Delayed By Hurricane Raymond

Holland American ship delayed by Hurricane Raymond.

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The Westerdam cruise ship which is operated by Holland America Line has been delayed due to Hurricane Raymond. The cruise line decided to keep Westerdam in the port of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for an extra day until Wednesday afternoon local time. The ships next port of call at Huatulco, Mexico has now been cancelled which was supposed to be this Thursday.

The ship will be having a sea day instead of the scheduled port of call at Huatulco. Westerdam is sailing on a Mexican Riviera and Panama Canal Cruise for 15-nights.

Hurricane Raymond is currently just of the south-west coast of Mexico. It’s stationary but is predicted to move west according to the National Hurricane Center (NOAA). The Hurricane has maximum sustained winds of up to 90 mph and is not expected to gain more strength.

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