I was on Mariner last month for the first time so I can't help you with any changes. I hope you have James as your cruise director. He is so funny and entertaining. We had such a good time that we booked mariner again for next summer. Just wanted to let you know that I am very envious.
MARINER OF THE SEAS-JULY 2006
MONARCH OF THE SEAS-DECEMBER 2005
MARINER OF THE SEAS-JULY 2005
MONARCH OF THE SEAS-AUGUST 2004
Royal Caribbean International is closely monitoring the path and progress of Hurricane Katrina to ensure our guests enjoy safe and comfortable cruises, as well as to ensure our ships steer clear of the storm.
The safety and comfort of our guests are always the foremost concerns of Royal Caribbean International.
Given Katrina's current location and projected path, we are providing the following information regarding three Royal Caribbean International ships.
Ships sailing from Port Everglades:
Empress of the Seas , now on four-night sailing, sailed from the Port of Tampa on a modified itinerary. The ship will spend the day today in Cozumel, Mexico, and depart as scheduled at 10 p.m. The ship will then spend the day at sea Sunday and return to Port Everglades Monday, August 29.
Ships sailing from the Port of Miami:
Majesty of the Seas arrived today in Miami and will begin a shortened, two-night sailing this afternoon. The sailing will include a port of call in Nassau, Bahamas, on Sunday, before returning to the Port of Miami on Monday.
Navigator of the Seas arrived in Miami this morning and is scheudled to depart this afternoon on it's next sailing.
At this time, no other Royal Caribbean International ships are being adversely affected by tropical weather. We will continue to closely monitor weather conditions and update this information accordingly.