Hurricane Paula shakes up cruise itineraries

| 13/10/2010

(USA Today Travel): Nearly a dozen cruise ships in the Caribbean have altered their itineraries, as a result of Hurricane Paula. These include eight vessels operated by industry giant Carnival that collectively are carrying more than 20,000 vacationers. Among the most affected is the 2,124-passenger Carnival Legend, which skipped Cozumel today. The line also has canceled the ship’s stops in Roatan, Honduras and Belize scheduled for Thursday and Friday. The 2,974-passenger Carnival Conquest also will head to Key West instead of calls in Grand Cayman and Cozumel.

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  1. Eeva McBush says:

    This would never had happen if we had one berthing facility and a big ol channel in the North Sound and a oil refinery in East End too. When we gets that doppler radar, them hurricanes not even going come close to here boy, they be too fraid.