Carnival Cruise Line is making some itinerary modifications to avoid the current path of Tropical Storm Dorian, the company announced today.
“Our Fleet Operations Center continues to monitor the storm and will make any adjustments as needed as the safety of our guests and crew is our number one priority,” the cruise line said in a statement.
Carnival Sunrise will still depart New York today as scheduled, but it will stop in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Friday instead of Grand Turk. It will head to Amber Cove on Saturday instead of its originally planned San Juan. It’s stop in Grand Turk will not be on Sunday.
Carnival Breeze, which was supposed to stop in San Juan on Wednesday, will stay at sea instead.
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Meanwhile, Royal Caribbean said it has “modified the itineraries of Symphony of the Seas, Allure of the Seas, and Harmony of the Seas from Eastern to Western Caribbean routes.”
Norwegian Cruise Line said it has not changed any schedules, but added officials are still “closely monitoring the projection of Tropical Storm Dorian and will provide updates accordingly.”