Posted September 14th, 2017, 05:47 PM
What date is your cruise and where did they say about obc for key west? We are due to go in couple weeks and figured we will miss KW but figured too soon for them to let us know.
Water is same price onboard except for additional gratuity added to the order.
They announced last night the cruises in this coming week that will be shortened or missing ports... we leave on Sunday on the Breeze so they told us that we're missing Key West. They said that any excursions would be refunded to our S&S card, which is good- normally if they cancel a port before the cruise they refund it to the original source of payment which can take up to 3 weeks...
John Head's FB page also has the same announcement:
Itinerary Updates (Post Hurricane Irma) 9/13/2017 – 8:30 PM (EDT)
As a result of damage caused by Hurricane Irma, we have modified the following itineraries in order to provide our guests with the best possible shore experience.
Carnival Glory – September 16
Departing Miami for a 7 day cruise to Half Moon Cay, San Juan, and Grand Turk
Carnival Paradise – September 16
Departing Tampa for a 5 day cruise to Grand Cayman and Cozumel
Carnival Magic – September 16
Departing Port Canaveral for an 8 day cruise to Grand Turk, San Juan, St. Kitts, and Antigua
Carnival Breeze – September 17
Departing Galveston for a 7 day cruise to Freeport and Nassau
Carnival Fascination – September 17
Departing San Juan for a 7 day cruise to Dominica, Barbados, St. Lucia, Antigua and St. Kitts
Carnival Victory – September 18
Departing Miami for a 4 day cruise
Pre-purchased Carnival Adventures for cancelled ports, as well as any taxes, fees and port expenses will be refunded to your onboard Sail & Sign account. An email with detailed itinerary information will be sent to all guests scheduled to sail on these cruises. We sincerely apologize for the disruption Hurricane Irma has caused and look forward to welcoming our guests on board.
At this time, all other future cruises will depart as scheduled.
Our thoughts and prayers remain with our Caribbean and Floridian friends, and those communities impacted by Hurricane Irma.