Royal Caribbean Alters Itineraries Due to Hurricane Earl

Royal Caribbean has just notified Travel Agent about its latest itinerary changes due to Hurricane Earl:

Monarch of the Seas was unable to call on CocoCay, Bahamas today.  The ship will now sail directly to Nassau, Bahamas were it will stay until midnight Wednesday, September 1. The ship will spend Thursday at sea as it returns to Port Canaveral in Florida on Friday, as scheduled. Monarch of the Seas is currently sailing a four-night itinerary, which departed Port Canaveral on August 30.

Majesty of the Seas will now extend its port call in Key West today until early tomorrow morning. It will spend the remainder of Wednesday at sea, and call at Nassau on Thursday, September 2.  The ship will return to the Port of Miami on Friday as scheduled.  Majesty of the Seas is currently sailing a four-night itinerary, which departed the Port of Miami on August 30.

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