Royal Caribbean sent a letter to guests aboard Allure of the Seas yesterday to tell them that their itinerary will change due to the anticipated path of a tropical disturbance.
Allure of the Seas had been scheduled to sail on an Eastern Caribbean itinerary to the St. Thomas and St. Maarten. Royal Caribbean noted that the path of this disturbance is expected to track through the east-southeast region of the Windward Islands. For the safety and comfort of guests and crew, Royal Caribbean has decided to revise Allure of the Seas' itinerary as follows.
|September 25||Port Everglades, Florida||4:30pm|
|September 26||Nassau, Bahamas||7:00am||2:00pm|
|September 27||At sea|
|September 28||Labadee, Haiti||8:00am||4:00pm|
|September 29||Falmouth, Jamaica||9:00am||7:00pm|
|September 30||At sea|
|October 1||At Sea|
|October 2||Port Everglades, Florida||6:15am|
Guests that booked shore excursions in St. Thomas or St. Maarten will have those funds refunded to them in the form of onboard credit.
The ship's Captain, Ronald Holmes, sent a letter to each guest's stateroom explaining the change, "We have been closely monitoring the storm to ensure you have an enjoyable, safe and comfortable cruise. Your safety and that of our crew members is always our foremost concern."