Storm Disrupts Return of Carnival Ship

Carnival Ecstasy's arrival in Galveston on Thursday was delayed due to severe weather and the ship's next sailing, a four-day cruise to Mexico, will depart six hours later than scheduled at around 10 p.m. Carnival advised passengers to arrive at the port no earlier than 9 p.m. Due to the delays, Carnival said it would be replacing its Cozumel call with Progresso. Each passenger sailing will receive a $100 shipboard credit. Visit [www.carnival.com]. (DE)

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