Cruises Return to Mexico

Carnival Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean International (RCI) will resume port calls to Mexico, following the Center for Disease Control’s downgraded warning against nonessential travel to Mexico due to the spread of the H1N1 virus.


Carnival Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean International (RCI) will resume port calls to Mexico, following the Center for Disease Control’s downgraded warning against nonessential travel to Mexico due to the spread of the H1N1 virus.

Once all voyages with previously modified itineraries are completed, Carnival’s ships will revert to their original routes featuring stops in Mexico. The majority of itineraries were modified through mid-June, with the exception of the Holiday, which was modified through late May; the Holiday sails
out of Mobile, Ala. A list of all modified itineraries can be found on Carnival’s Web site.

RCI will resume its port calls in Cozumel, Mexico, beginning on May 24. Affected ships include Freedom of the Seas, Liberty of the Seas and Enchantment of the Seas. Mariner of the Seas, which sails out of Los Angeles, will continue sailing its modified Pacific Northwest itinerary through June 14.
www.carnival.com; www.royalcaribbean.com


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