NCL Updates Agents on Storm-Related Ship Adjustments

Here is the latest update from Norwegian Cruise Line about the potential impact of Hurricane Earl and Tropical Storm Fiona on ship movements this week:

Because of Hurricane Earl’s path, which took it west of Bermuda, Norwegian Dawn is sailing its original itinerary. The ship is currently en route to Bermuda and will arrive on Wednesday morning as scheduled.

Because of the adverse weather, Norwegian Jewel did not stop at Great Stirrup Cay today and instead docked in Nassau, the Bahamas a day early. The ship will stay in Nassau overnight.  Depending on the path of Hurricane Earl, there is a possibility that the ship will need to leave Nassau early tomorrow morning.

NCL says it will continue to closely monitor the weather conditions and will notify guests if there are any additional itinerary changes because of the storms’ projected paths.

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