Explorer delayed

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Essex, UK
410 Posts
Joined May 2009
Just noticed this on the RC website

Explorer of the Seas’ arrival to Cape Liberty has been unexpectedly delayed due to a medical emergency, and will now arrive in Bayonne, New Jersey, on Saturday 28 January, one day later than originally scheduled.

We ask that guests who are scheduled to sail on Explorer of the Seas on Friday 27 January not arrive at the port until 2:00 p.m on Saturday 28 January. We kindly ask that guests come to the terminal between 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Saturday 28 January for check-in and boarding.


What happens in situations like this?

What if you've got flights booked for the evening on the 27th?

What if you've got an onward itinerary that you can now not complete due to this delay?

Do the people who are supposed to be bording on the 27th get a pro-rata refund of one day as their cruise has now been cut short by a day?


Im intrigued.
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#2
lakewood, new jersey
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Joined Dec 2006
Originally posted by mdj101
Just noticed this on the RC website

Explorer of the Seas’ arrival to Cape Liberty has been unexpectedly delayed due to a medical emergency, and will now arrive in Bayonne, New Jersey, on Saturday 28 January, one day later than originally scheduled.

We ask that guests who are scheduled to sail on Explorer of the Seas on Friday 27 January not arrive at the port until 2:00 p.m on Saturday 28 January. We kindly ask that guests come to the terminal between 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Saturday 28 January for check-in and boarding.

What happens in situations like this?

What if you've got flights booked for the evening on the 27th?

What if you've got an onward itinerary that you can now not complete due to this delay?

Do the people who are supposed to be bording on the 27th get a pro-rata refund of one day as their cruise has now been cut short by a day?


Im intrigued.
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