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Old October 20th, 2005, 04:04 PM
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Default Sailing Update from Royal's Website for cruises this weekend

Tropical Weather Update
October 20, 2005
12:30 p.m.

Royal Caribbean International continues to closely monitor the path and progress of Hurricane Wilma to ensure our guests enjoy safe and comfortable cruises, and to make certain our ships steer clear of the storm.

The safety of our guests and crew is always the foremost concern of Royal Caribbean International.

Given Hurricane Wilma's location and projected path, Royal Caribbean is currently providing itinerary updates regarding seven ships :


Ships sailing from the Port of Miami
Navigator of the Seas will not make its scheduled port calls in Cozumel, Mexico, today. Instead, the ship will visit Ocho Rios, Jamaica, today, before returning to the Port of Miami as scheduled Saturday. Saturday's departing cruise is a charter.


Majesty of the Seas (October 17 sailing) will not make its scheduled port call in Key West, Florida, today, due to the closure of the port. Instead, the ship will visit Coco Cay, Bahamas, today before returning to the Port of Miami as scheduled Friday.


UPDATED - Majesty of the Seas - Based on the best weather forecasts currently available, Majesty of the Seas is currently expected to arrive in and depart from the Port of Miami Friday, October 21, as scheduled. The ship will sail a modified itinerary on this three-night sailing, due to port closures and weather conditions. The ship will have an extended port call in Nassau, Bahamas, Saturday, before returning to the Port of Miami as scheduled Monday. As weather conditions involving the storm are constantly changing guests booked on Friday's departing three-night sailing are asked to continue monitoring these updates to receive the latest information. Guests also may contact Royal Caribbean at 1-800-327-6700 to receive these updates. The ship's itinerary is subject to change due to weather conditions. Guests booked on Friday's sailing may cancel their cruise and receive a letter of credit for the amount paid to Royal Caribbean.


Explorer of the Seas Based on the best weather forecasts currently available, Explorer of the Seas is currently expected to arrive in and depart from the Port of Miami Sunday, October 23, as scheduled. Depending upon the storm's path, it is possible that the ship's arrival and departure could be delayed as much as 24 hours. As weather conditions involving the storm are constantly changing guests booked on Sunday's departing seven-night sailing are asked to continue monitoring these updates to receive the latest information. Guests also may contact Royal Caribbean at 1-800-327-6700 to receive these updates. The ship's itinerary is subject to change due to weather conditions. Guests booked on Sunday's sailing may cancel their cruise and receive a letter of credit for the amount paid for the cruise portion of their sailing.

Ships sailing from Port Everglades
Enchantment of the Seas will sail a modified itinerary on its Thursday, October 20, four-night sailing, due to port closures and weather conditions. The ship will have an extended port call in Nassau, Bahamas, Friday, before returning to Port Everglades as scheduled Monday. This modified itinerary is subject to change due to weather conditions. Guests booked on Thursday's sailing may cancel their cruise and receive a letter of credit for the amount paid to Royal Caribbean.


Ships sailing from Port Canaveral
UPDATED - Sovereign of the Seas Based on the best weather forecasts currently available, Sovereign of the Seas is currently expected to arrive in and depart from Port Canaveral Friday, October 21, as scheduled. The ship will sail a modified itinerary on this three-night sailing, due to port closures and weather conditions. The ship will visit Nassau, Bahamas, Saturday, before returning to Port Canaveral as scheduled Monday. As weather conditions involving the storm are constantly changing guests booked on Friday's departing three-night sailing are asked to continue monitoring these updates to receive the latest information. Guests also may contact Royal Caribbean at 1-800-327-6700 to receive these updates. The ship's itinerary is subject to change due to weather conditions. Guests booked on Friday's sailing may cancel their cruise and receive a letter of credit for the amount paid to Royal Caribbean.


Mariner of the Seas Based on the best weather forecasts currently available, Mariner of the Seas is currently expected to arrive in and depart from Port Canaveral Sunday, October 23, as scheduled. Depending upon the storm's path, it is possible that the ship's arrival and departure could be delayed as much as 24 hours. As weather conditions involving the storm are constantly changing guests booked on Sunday's departing seven-night sailing are asked to continue monitoring these updates to receive the latest information. Guests also may contact Royal Caribbean at 1-800-327-6700 to receive these updates. The ship's itinerary is subject to change due to weather conditions. Guests booked on Sunday's sailing may cancel their cruise and receive a letter of credit for the amount paid to Royal Caribbean.


Ships sailing from the Port of Galveston
Rhapsody of the Seas will not make its scheduled port calls in Georgetown, Cayman Islands, today; and Cozumel, Mexico, Friday. Instead, the ship will visit Tampa, Florida, today, before returning to the Port of Galveston as scheduled Sunday.

At this time, no other Royal Caribbean International ships are being adversely impacted by tropical weather. Royal Caribbean will continue to closely monitor weather conditions and update this information at 6:30 p.m. today.
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