Carnival's website has been down for "maintenance" for at least two days now. I hope they are working on updating our scheduled itineraries since Hurricane Dean took Costa Maya off the schedule. Last time I was on this site, they still had our October cruise showing Costa Maya, but did not have any link for excursions from there. They need to make up their minds and give us some notice so we can plan our ports. From what I have heard, the passengers and TA's are getting only one or two days notice of where the ships are being diverted to. How can you plan anything in this amount of time?
It is well known that Costa Maya will be under construction for at least 6 months. Anyone with a cruise in the next 6 months that involved a stop in CM can already (wait for it)...............assume they will have an itinerary change from that port.
From the changes made so far, one could (again, wait for it)....assume that new ports of call to replace CM will be Progreso, Cozumel, or Isla Roatan.
But wait, theres more........there is another storm arriving near the Caribbean. Looking at a projected path for this new storm one should already be looking at their pending cruise and deciding if their port(s) will be affected and beging making plan B decisions.
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It is working again for me too, but still wish I could find out where we might be going in place of Costa Maya so we can make plans or book excursions.
After Dean and Felix, we may have to go to AKRON!
I pray that those folks in Belize and surrounding area are safe through Felix. After all this is just a vacation to us. It is their lives and lively-hood at stake. I've lived through several severe hurricanes here on the Gulf Coast, Camille, Frederick and Katrina and, believe me, they are life changing events.