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Old September 7th, 2004, 11:13 AM
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Default Hurricane Damage in Bahama's, Key west & Cococay

I have been watching CNN and the Weather Channel to try to see how much Damage that Frances did in the Bahama's, Key west & Cococay. Does anyone know??

My family (Hubby 2 teen boys and inlaws) will be cruising on the Majesty of the Seas leaving October 11-15 out of Miami on the 4 night cruise to Bahama's, Cococay, &Key West. We hope there is something left to see other than a 2X4 stuck in the sand. ANyone else going to be on this cruise?? or has anyone been on this cruise?
Any tips and advise is greatly appreciated!!
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Old September 7th, 2004, 01:52 PM
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Default Re: Hurricane Damage in Bahama's, Key west & Cococay

Key West was not affected by Frances, not sure on Bahamas and Coco Cay. I think Nassau was spared the brunt of it, but they still has some damage.

Now Ivan is coming and this one is one that Key West might have to worry about.

I, too, have to worry, I live in Miami.

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Old September 8th, 2004, 01:17 AM
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Default Re: Hurricane Damage in Bahama's, Key west & Cococay

Coco Cay and Nassau sustained a lot of damage.......Coco Cay is not on the schedule for RCCL this week - and probably not for quite a while. Buildings can be rebuilt quickly.....beach erosion and the rebuilding of the beaches is another story. These low lying islands in the Caribbean are created and destroyed by the seas. Imaigne the damage from the wind and rain on the surface of the islands....and then imagine the damage below the surface of the sea....and on the beaches.

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