After several cruise cancellations and shortened cruises due to Hurricane Irma, Carnival Cruise Line’s schedule is set to return to normal on Thursday, September 14, 2017.
All future sailings on Carnival Cruise Line that are scheduled to depart as of September 14, will depart as scheduled the cruise line has announced.
Port Everglades was the first Florida cruise port to reopen yesterday morning followed by Port Canaveral, Port Tampa Bay, and PortMiami.
Carnival was ended up canceling seven sailings due to Hurricane Irma (Carnival Liberty 2, Carnival Victory 2, Carnival Splendor, Carnival Ecstasy, and Carnival Paradise). For all canceled cruises, guests received a full refund of their cruise fare that included Fly2Fun reservations, pre-purchased Carnival Adventures, Fun Shop purchases, and beverage packages. The refund were processed to the original form of payment.
Additionally, guests who were booked on a shortened sailing but were unable to travel due to the hurricane will receive credits to use towards a future cruise.
Guests who sailed on shortened cruises received a pro-rated refund of their cruise fare. Additionally, anyone who pre-purchased our beverage packages also received a pro-rated adjustment. These refunds will be to the original form of payment.
Pre-purchased Carnival Adventures for cancelled ports, as well as any taxes, fees and port expenses were refunded to onboard Sail & Sign accounts. Gratuities will also be adjusted to reflect the shortened duration. Alternatively, guests who needed to cancel received a future cruise credit.
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