Post-Storm, Carnival Adjusts Cruise Itineraries This Week

 

The Carnival Glory is just one of several Carnival ships affected by Hurricane Irene. // (c) 2011 Carnival Cruise Line.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, Carnival Cruise Lines (www.bookccl.com) has released its adjusted schedules for this week, as ships have re-routed around the storm.

Carnival Glory’s five-day cruise on Aug. 27 from New York was originally supposed to call at St. John today and Halifax on Tuesday, but now the ship will arrive in Halifax at 4 p.m. today /and depart from Halifax on Tuesday at 6 p.m. The rest of the schedule remains the same.

Carnival Fantasy’s six-day cruise from Charleston, SC, on Aug. 25, is spending today at Key West, FL instead of at sea. The remainder of the schedule is unchanged.

Carnival Pride’s cruise from Baltimore, originally a seven-day cruise departing Aug. 28, is instead a six-day cruise sailing today from Baltimore, a day later than normal. The ship will call Wednesday at Port Canaveral, FL, rather than spend that day at sea. It will also call at Nassau, The Bahamas, on Thursday instead of calling at Half Moon Cay. The rest of the schedule is unchanged. 

Carnival Miracle’s eight-day cruise from New York, departing Aug. 26, will now spend Tuesday at sea rather than at Half Moon Cay; the rest of the schedule is unchanged.

Carnival Valor’s seven-day cruise that departed Aug. 28 from Miami, will spend today in Nassau, replacing a call at Half Moon Cay. The rest of the schedule is unchanged.


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