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September 6, 2017

Hurricane Irma: A Complete List of Cruises Canceled, Delayed

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Cruise lines with ships operating out of Florida have begun canceling and delaying upcoming voyages as Hurricane Irma approaches the state. Here, a full list of sailings out of Florida through Monday with their current status (this page will be updated throughout the day):

Thursday, Sept. 7
Carnival Liberty (Port Canaveral). Canceled.
Carnival Paradise (Tampa). No change announced.

Friday, Sept. 8
Carnival Sensation (Miami). No change announced.
Carnival Victory (Miami). Canceled.
Disney Dream (Port Canaveral). Canceled.
Enchantment of the Seas (Miami). Canceled.
Majesty of the Seas (Port Canaveral). Canceled.
Norwegian Sky (Miami). Canceled.

Saturday, Sept. 9
Carnival Conquest (Fort Lauderdale). No change announced.
Carnival Elation (Jacksonville). No change announced.
Carnival Glory (Miami). No change announced.
Carnival Magic (Port Canaveral). No change announced.
Carnival Splendor (Fort Lauderdale). No change announced.
Carnival Vista (Miami). No change announced.
Disney Fantasy (Port Canaveral). Canceled.
Empress of the Seas (Tampa). Canceled.
Harmony of the Seas (Fort Lauderdale). Delayed until Tuesday.
MSC Divina (Miami). Canceled.
Norwegian Escape (Miami). Canceled.

Monday, Sept. 10
Allure of the Seas (Fort Lauderdale). Delayed until Wednesday.
Carnival Liberty (Port Canaveral). No change announced.
Carnival Paradise (Tampa). No change announced.
Carnival Sensation (Miami). No change announced.
Carnival Victory (Miami). No change announced.
Disney Dream (Port Canaveral). Canceled.
Enchantment of the Seas (Miami). No change announced.
Majesty of the Seas (Port Canaveral). No change announced.
Norwegian Sky (Miami). No change announced.
Oasis of the Seas (Port Canaveral). Delayed until Tuesday.

Irma is expected to be in the vicinity of Florida by late Sunday. As of 8:00 a.m. ET Wednesday, the storm was about 15 miles west of St. Martin and moving to the west-northwest at 16 miles per hour. The hurricane had maximum sustained winds of 185 miles per hour.


Copyright 2017 USA Today. All rights reserved. From http://www.usatoday.com. By Gene Sloan, USA Today.
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