Celebrity Cruises’ Statement
Celebrity Cruises is closely monitoring the path and progress of Hurricane Rina to ensure guests enjoy safe and comfortable cruises, and to make certain our ships steer clear of the storm. The safety of our guests and crew is always our foremost concern.
Due to the forecasted path of Hurricane Rina, Celebrity Cruises is altering the itinerary for the Celebrity Millennium sailing that departs Thursday, Oct 27. Celebrity Millennium will now call at Key West, Florida, on Friday, from 7:00am to 5:00pm, so that guests may have more time to enjoy the port of call. The ship will spend Saturday, Oct 29, at sea, instead of calling to Cozumel, Mexico. On Sunday, Oct 30, the ship will call on Nassau, Bahamas, from 8:00am to 5:00pm and return to the Port of Miami, on Monday, as scheduled.
No other Celebrity Cruises ship’s itinerary is currently being affected by Hurricane Rina. Celebrity Cruises will continue to closely monitor weather conditions and will update this information if there are any additional itinerary alterations due to the storm’s projected path.
Norwegian Cruise Line Statement
At Norwegian Cruise Line, the safety and security of our guests and crew is of the utmost importance. Therefore, the company is closely monitoring the path of Hurricane Rina.
Norwegian Star cancelled her call to Belize City, Belize today and is spending the day at sea. The ship is expected to call Belize City, Belize on Thursday, Oct 27. Norwegian Star’s scheduled call to Cozumel on Friday has been cancelled. Instead, the ship is expected to call in Costa Maya, Mexico.
Norwegian Spirit is expected to call Belize City, Belize as scheduled on Thursday, Oct 27. On Friday, Oct 28, the ship will cancel her call to Cozumel, Mexico and spend the day at sea.
Norwegian Pearl will cancel her calls to George Town, Grand Cayman on Thursday, Oct 27 and Cozumel, Mexico on Friday, Oct 28. Instead, the ship will visit Nassau, Bahamas on Friday, Oct 28.
All sailings departing on or after Friday, Oct 28 continue to operate as scheduled. If any further changes are necessary, guests will be notified.