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July 08, 2005

Tropical Weather Update July 8, 2005 11:00a.m.

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Tropical Weather Update July 8, 2005 11:00a.m.

Miami - Royal Caribbean International is closely monitoring the path and progress of Hurricane Dennis 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 Hurricane Dennis' current location and projected path, we have altered the itineraries of four Royal Caribbean International ships. We will update this information at about 12:30 p.m. today.

ALTERED ITINERARIES

Ships sailing from the Port of Miami:

Explorer of the Seas is sailing a modified itinerary, making a port call in Nassau, Bahamas, today and Saturday; and returning to Miami Sunday, as scheduled.

Ships sailing from Port Everglades:

Empress of the Seas is sailing a modified itinerary, making a port call in Nassau, Bahamas, today; and returning to Port Everglades Saturday, as scheduled.

Ships sailing from Port Canaveral:

Mariner of the Seas is sailing a modified itinerary, remaining at sea today; making a port call in Nassau, Bahamas, Saturday; and returning to Port Canaveral Sunday, as scheduled.

Ships sailing from the Port of Galveston:

Rhapsody of the Seas is sailing a modified itinerary, making a port call in Progresso, Mexico, today; remaining at sea Saturday; and returning to the Port of Galveston Sunday, as scheduled.

UPDATE: WEEKEND SAILING OUTLOOK

Based on current storms projections, Royal Caribbean International expects all ships scheduled to return to South Florida ports to arrive and depart on Saturday and Sunday as originally scheduled. Therefore, guests scheduled to depart on Navigator of the Seas leaving the Port of Miami and Empress of the Seas leaving Port Everglades on Saturday, as well as guests booked on Mariner of the Seas leaving Port Canaveral on Sunday, should proceed to their respective ports for boarding as planned. At this time, no other Royal Caribbean International ships are being affected by tropical weather. We will continue to closely monitor weather conditions and update this information accordingly.

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Posted by Denise at July 8, 2005 08:50 AM

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July 08, 2005

Tropical Weather Update July 8, 2005 11:00a.m.

diamondprincess.jpg

Tropical Weather Update July 8, 2005 11:00a.m.

Miami - Royal Caribbean International is closely monitoring the path and progress of Hurricane Dennis 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 Hurricane Dennis' current location and projected path, we have altered the itineraries of four Royal Caribbean International ships. We will update this information at about 12:30 p.m. today.

ALTERED ITINERARIES

Ships sailing from the Port of Miami:

Explorer of the Seas is sailing a modified itinerary, making a port call in Nassau, Bahamas, today and Saturday; and returning to Miami Sunday, as scheduled.

Ships sailing from Port Everglades:

Empress of the Seas is sailing a modified itinerary, making a port call in Nassau, Bahamas, today; and returning to Port Everglades Saturday, as scheduled.

Ships sailing from Port Canaveral:

Mariner of the Seas is sailing a modified itinerary, remaining at sea today; making a port call in Nassau, Bahamas, Saturday; and returning to Port Canaveral Sunday, as scheduled.

Ships sailing from the Port of Galveston:

Rhapsody of the Seas is sailing a modified itinerary, making a port call in Progresso, Mexico, today; remaining at sea Saturday; and returning to the Port of Galveston Sunday, as scheduled.

UPDATE: WEEKEND SAILING OUTLOOK

Based on current storms projections, Royal Caribbean International expects all ships scheduled to return to South Florida ports to arrive and depart on Saturday and Sunday as originally scheduled. Therefore, guests scheduled to depart on Navigator of the Seas leaving the Port of Miami and Empress of the Seas leaving Port Everglades on Saturday, as well as guests booked on Mariner of the Seas leaving Port Canaveral on Sunday, should proceed to their respective ports for boarding as planned. At this time, no other Royal Caribbean International ships are being affected by tropical weather. We will continue to closely monitor weather conditions and update this information accordingly.

Press Release by Royal Caribbean International

Royal Caribbean International Alaska Cruise Information
Royal Caribbean International Alaska Cruisetour Packages
Royal Caribbean International Mexico Cruise Information

Posted by Denise at July 8, 2005 08:50 AM

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