The folks aboard the 9 nt. journey on Carnival’s Dream won’t be making the stop in San Juan, Puerto Rico today.
Apparently the life boats hang very low on the ship and the way the pier is set up, the life boats would hit the pier causing an issue in docking.
A passenger who was on the deck of the Dream said “when they built these piers years ago, they weren’t designed for these size ships.”
The ships captain tried to put the Dream at a couple other piers in the port but was unsuccessful. The ship now sails onward to the Grand Turks.
The Carnival Dream is on its very first embarkation sailing out of Port Canaveral, Fla., and is set to return from its 9 night journey on Saturday, Dec. 12.
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