Tropical Storm Dorian formed in the Caribbean in the last few days and has caused two Royal Caribbean ships to change itineraries to avoid the projected path of the storm.
Harmony of the Seas has changed from an Eastern Caribbean itinerary to a Western Caribbean itinerary.
The new @RoyalCaribbean #HarmonyoftheSeas Itinerary is as follows: Perfect Day CocoCay, Cozumel, Roatan (phenomenal snorkeling and diving), Costa Maya, back home safely...no storm!! pic.twitter.com/Uf7utH7EAw— James Van Fleet (@JamesVanFleet) August 25, 2019
Symphony of the Seas has changed her itinerary and is skipping a scheduled stop at St. Maarten, while adding a visit to Perfect Day at CocoCay at the end of the sailing.
Allure of the Seas has changed from an Eastern Caribbean itinerary to a Western Caribbean itinerary.
Photo by Joe Kuehner Jr
We will share any further itinerary updates if/when they occur.
As of Sunday afternoon, Dorian’s tropical-storm-force winds extended outward up to 35 miles from its center. Forecasters said that Dorian is expected to move generally west-northwestward for the next several days and start impacting some Caribbean islands.
We recommend following Royal Caribbean's Chief Meteorologist James Van Fleet for weather updates.