Royal Caribbean's CocoCay Sustains Some Damage; Two Cruises Impacted

 

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Royal Caribbean reports on its Web site that “regrettably, the island of CocoCay, Bahamas, was impacted by the storm, and we feel our guest's experience ashore would be disrupted.”

Because of that, the line has cancelled Majesty of the Seas' call to CocoCay on Saturday, Aug. 27, and Monarch of the Seas'  call to CocoCay on Sunday, Aug. 28.
Monarch of the Seas will now stay overnight in Nassau, Bahamas, arriving at 12 p.m. on Saturday and departing at 11 a.m. on Sunday.
Majesty of the Seas will now spend Saturday at sea and call on Nassau, Bahamas, on Sunday as scheduled.
There was no discussion by the line about the nature or extent of the issues with the island. 
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