Two ships to not call here due to Dorian | THE DAILY HERALD

PORT–Royal Caribbean’s cruise ships Harmony of the Seas and Symphony of the Seas will not call at St. Maarten this week due to approaching Tropical Storm Dorian, according to information from the cruise line.

Symphony of the Seas left Miami on August 24 and has rerouted to a Western Caribbean itinerary. Under the changed plan, the cruise ship will visit Labadee, San Juan and Perfect Day at CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s private island. The ship will not visit St. Maarten.

Harmony of the Seas, one of the largest cruise ships in the world departs Port Canaveral, Florida, today, Monday, will sail with a changed cruise programme for a seven-day cruise.

Instead of sailing the original Eastern Caribbean voyage, the ship will sail the Western Caribbean now. Harmony of the Seas will now go to Perfect Day at CocoCay, Cozumel, Roatan, and Costa Maya.

The ship will report back to Port Canaveral on September 1.

Harmony was due in port on Thursday while Symphony was scheduled for earlier in the week.

Source: The Daily Herald