Tropical Storm Nate: Carnival Cruise Itinerary Updates

Carnival Sensation
Carnival Sensation

As Tropical Storm Nate churns off the coast of Central America, cruise lines are already updating their itineraries. 

As of today, Carnival has made the following changes due to the storm:

  • Carnival Sensation (Four-Day Cruise from Miami) - October 7 and 8 will be spent at sea instead of the planned stops in Cozumel and Nassau
  • Carnival Dream (Seven-Day Cruise from New Orleans) - The cruise will stop in Cozumel October 5 instead of the originally planned stop in Belize. Additionally, the October 6 stop in Cozumel will instead be spent at sea. 
  • Carnival Triumph (Four-Day Cruise from New Orleans) - The ship will spend a day at sea October 7 instead of its planned stop in Cozumel. 
  • Carnival Splendor (Eight-Day Cruise from Port Everglades) - October 6 will be spent at sea instead of the originally stop in Cozumel. 

Currently, a tropical storm warning is in effect from Sandy Bay Sirpi, Nicaragua, to Punta Castilla, Honduras. The storm is expected to move across northeastern Nicaragua and eastern Honduras today and then over the northwestern Caribbean tonight and Friday, before heading towards the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula later that day. A hurricane watch is also in effect for an area ranging from Punta Herrero to Rio Lagartos, Mexico.

The tropical storm has potential to hit the southern United States including Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida as a hurricane this weekend making landfall as early as Sunday. 

Stay tuned to Travel Agent Central to get the latest updates on Tropical Storm Nate.

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