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Hurricane Wilma


Judith02

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  • 3 weeks later...

December 6 is still three weeks away. Cruise lines don't have to make final decisions until a day or so before a scheduled stop. When we cruised this part of the Caribbean in September 2002 we literally sailed between two storms and changed the route AFTER we left Miami. We stopped at the same ports, only in a different order. The Caribbean is pretty small and offers some degree of flexibility. All the cruise lines have agents in their various ports who can keep the home office, and the ships' captains quite up to date.

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There was a useful link posted over in the Princes forum earlier today

 

http://www.cozumelinsider.com/?Page=CruiseShips&Sort=Arrival

 

It shows all the ships arriving in Cozumel during the next week or so. The cruise ship piers in Coz were destroyed and will have to be rebuilt. Until reconstruction is complete all ships will have to anchor and transfer passengers to shore by tender. Before Wilma Cozumel could handle as many as 11 - 12 large ships per day. The number will unquestionably have to be reduced for now.

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