Post Profile

Thousands of cruise ship passengers dropped off in Miami ahead of Hurricane Irma

When Natasha Allen and her husband, Richard, embarked Monday on a five-day Royal Caribbean cruise to the Bahamas, the recently married couple expected a relaxing vacation. While they had known that Hurricane Irma was potentially headed their way, the cruise line didn’t cancel the trip, so they...
read more


Related Posts

Royal Caribbean cruise stuck at Florida port overnight

Lifestyle / Travel : Daily Mail: Travel

Passengers on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship who were expecting to be on their way to the Bahamas instead spent the night stuck at a port in central Florida due to safety issues found on the ship.

Disney Just Committed $2.5 Million to Hurricane Irma Recovery Efforts

Pop Culture / Celebrity : SavvySugar

As news of the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey continues to come out, individuals and major companies are stepping up to help in whatever ways they can. Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Lines offered su...

Many cruise ships shifting itineraries to Cozumel, Mexico, and the western Caribbean, post-Irma

Lifestyle / Travel : L.A. Times Travel Deal

Cruise lines are changing some eastern Caribbean ports of call and heading to Cozumel, Mexico, and alternate ports of call in the wake of Hurricane Irma’s destructive path. More than 50 cruise ships have canceled or changed itinerar...

Irma showed up, and this Royal Caribbean cruise went to the dogs

News : USAToday: News

About a dozen pooches were along for the ride when a Royal Caribbean ship carried Miami-area employees of the company to safety this week.        

Puerto Rico opens arms to refugees from Irma's Caribbean chaos

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Reuters Environment Blog

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) - Despite economic problems and its own damage from Hurricane Irma, Puerto Rico is taking thousands of refugees from the U.S. Virgin Islands whose homes were destroyed by the storm, with a cruise ship...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC