Cruise lines cancel cruises as Hurricane Ian heads toward Florida

Cruise lines are canceling trips and rescheduling ships as Hurricane Ian approaches Florida, where the storm’s path is readied Wednesday Storm surges and potentially lethal winds,

Carnival Cruise Line has canceled a cruise on Thursday, September 29 on Carnival Paradise from Tampa, where the port is currently closed to maritime traffic, as well as a sailing on the same day from Jacksonville. Miami-based Carnival said in an update posted Wednesday that passengers will receive a full refund and 25% credit for future cruises.

Carnival Allation, which departed the closed Jacksonville port on Saturday, is changing its itinerary around the Bahamas to bypass the storm and will remain at sea until Jacksonville’s Jaxport reopens. Carnival Paradise, which departed the port of Tampa Bay on Saturday and was in Cozumel on Wednesday, said it would extend its current sailing until the storm passes and the port in Tampa reopens Yes, possibly on Saturday.

Friday September 30 sailing by Carnival Liberty was canceled from Port Canaveral, which is closed and is not expected to reopen until Friday. Also, Carnival cruises that departed from Mobile, Alabama; Miami and New Orleans are revamping their ports of call.

Disney Cruise Line canceled its Friday, Sept. 30 sailing of Disney Wishes due to forecasted weather conditions for Port Canaveral and Central Florida late Tuesday. It also said that customers would be fully reimbursed and offered a 20% discount on future cruises.

Royal Caribbean on Thursday postponed its sea departure from Port Canaveral to Friday, 30 September, but that plan is subject to change.

Norwegian Cruise Line rerouted its Norwegian Sky to Puerto Rico and the British Virgin Islands from a planned itinerary that included Grand Cayman, Honduras, Belize and Mexico. The line also canceled a 10-day Caribbean sailing on the Norwegian Getaway, which was to depart Orlando on Thursday, it said on its site.

High seas and winds also prompted Big M Casino to cancel all of its cruises on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, tweeted Company, which operates gambling vessels out of Little River, South Carolina.

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