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Royal Caribbean ship contributing to hurricane relief effort


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Royal Caribbean ship contributing to hurricane relief effort
By Tom Stieghorst / September 26, 2017 / Travel Weekly


"Royal Caribbean has canceled the Sept. 30 voyage of the Adventure of the Seas from San Juan, and will use the ship to evacuate people from Puerto Rico and deliver supplies to hurricane-ravaged islands.

The ship will arrive in San Juan on Sept. 27 and then will stop in St. Thomas and St. Croix. The ship will bring evacuees to Fort Lauderdale before returning to San Juan on Oct. 6 to prepare for the Oct. 7 cruise.

Royal Caribbean also announced alternate itineraries in October for six ships: Adventure, Harmony, Allure, Oasis, Enchantment and Serenade of the Seas....."


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Thats great. Hopefully they are making the cancellation right with the people scheduled to take the cruise.