Latest on Cruise Ships Scattered by Hurricane Sandy

cloudsCruise lines are still struggling to rid their operations of the effects of Hurricane Sandy, with a few ships still out of position, delayed arrivals into New York, and delayed departures of cruises slated to sail earlier this week.

Here's a list of some of the links giving cruise line updates:  

Princess Cruises: http://www.princess.com/news/notices_and_advisories/Hurricane-Sandy-Updates.html or visit www.princess.com and scroll down for the Hurricane Sandy update.

Norwegian Cruise Line: Visit www.ncl.com and click on the yellow Weather Alert button on the left-hand side of the main page.

Royal Caribbean International: Visit www.royalcaribbean.com and hit the orange Important Update box that loads automatically at the bottom of the screen.

For some passengers on Norwegian Gem, which has been sailing around for several extra days in the Atlantic and finally docked yesterday at Boston to take on provisions, it's been a week of challenges.

To read the Boston.com with interviews of several passengers, go here:  http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/2012/10/31/cruise-passengers-diverted-boston-after-storm/gxpc0FyQBw5Fn3pqDBrmML/story.html

Do you have any stories about your clients onboard this ship or others that have re-routed? If so, share with us and your fellow agents.

 

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