Storm

by skift.com Hurricane Irma left a wake of destruction behind in the Caribbean while those in the path — Cuba, cruise ships, the entire state of Florida, and swaths of the Southeast United States — prepared for a hit. Residents and tourists in Florida continued to flee north...
Cruise lines keeping an eye on 99L

By Jeff Tavss of local10.com Meteorologists and homeowners aren't the only ones keeping an eye on a storm that could potentially threaten South Florida and the Caribbean. Cruise lines with ships, possibly sailing near what is now being called 99L are monitoring the system as it approaches from the east. The Port...
Anthem of the Seas Damage

By Dan Alexander of nj1015.com As the Anthem of the Seas heads back toward New Jersey the question remains: Why did the ship sail into a storm in the first place? The Royal Caribbean cruise ship left Bayonne on Saturday for a seven-day cruise for the Bahamas...
Cruise ship tossed in hurricane-force storm

by foxnews.com The thousands of cruise passengers who endured a violent Atlantic storm with 100-mph winds will be heading back to their starting point in New Jersey instead of continuing to Florida, Royal Caribbean announced Monday. The Anthem of the Seas cruise liner is turning around and returning to Cape...
A winter storm caused a delayed return for a cruise.

The East Coast is still dealing with the aftermath of Winter Storm Jonas. The effects of the storm weren't pleasant. Already, 27 people died and hundreds of car crashes have been reported to the authorities. Additionally, there are an estimated quarter million homes that...
Hurricane Joaquin

by Dave Berman of floridatoday.com Cruse lines with itineraries from Port Canaveral and other East Coast ports whose ships have scheduled stops in the Bahamas have been scrambling to change their itineraries to avoid Hurricane Joaquin. Among them are six Port Canaveral-based ships — Carnival Cruise Lines' Sensation, Sunshine...