Video Script — Travel Insurance
Call it what you will but cruising during hurricane season is never a dull moment. Just ask the thousands of passengers who sailed out of South Florida this past week during Tropical Storm Isaac. Passengers on Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas turned a week-long vacation into a forced nine days at sea, due back in on Tuesday.
Historically, cruise rates are always lower during hurricane season because the chance of disruption but they do have their perks.
This past week alone Tropical Storm Isaac affected sailings with Carnival Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line. All these disruptions should be a good reminder to always travel with Trip Insurance. We had a chance to talk up with CEO of Trip Insurance dot com, Dan Skillken.
If you book your airfare through the cruise line and there is a disruption, the cruise line will do their best to rebook you, if not, you’re on your own….
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