Royal Caribbean altered itineraries for Allure of the Seas because of the tropical storm Issac’s threat to the Eastern Caribbean.
The ship, which departed Port Everglades on Sunday, August 19, will be sailing a Western Caribbean itinerary (Falmouth, Jamaica & Cozumel, Mexico) instead of the planned Eastern Caribbean (Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas & Philipsburg, St. Maarten).
The cruise line said in a statement, “We have not made any changes to Allure’s next sailing, nor any other ship that departs Florida this Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday. We encourage guests sailing on Majesty of the Seas, Monarch of the Seas, Freedom of the Seas, Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas monitor our website – www.royalcaribbean.com – for any additional updates.”
Tropical Storm Issac is projected to become hurricane strength by the end of the week.
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