Thousands of cruise tourists are dropped at Miami as Hurricane Irma advances

Published on : Friday, September 8, 2017

Cruise ShipThousands of cruise ships passengers are dropped off in Miami Port as Hurricane Irma is strengthening.



Most of the ports near the Irma prone zones are closed, as the weather reports said that the Hurricane Irma is gaining its strength.




The tourism here is now is bar and as most of the cruises and the flights are cancelled, in the city of Miami all the hotels and the rentals are full.




Thousands of tourists are stranded and all the car rentals are sold out. As, all the national and international flights are cancelled from Miami Airport, the car rentals and the cabs are sold out and the hotel room are in scarce, a lion’s percentage of tourists are waiting at the port or  at the airport.



Most of the passengers are forced to return to Miami and they struggling to find out the way out of the city as Irma approaches.




There is a great difficulty to track the paths of Irma and also to predict, the ships from the dozens of cruise companies have been cutting short and cancelling most of the trips and changing most of the future itineraries.




One of the popular cruises critic platform, Cruise Critic noted that most of the luxury and the comfortable cruises are cancelling their trips and shortening most of the routes.




Norwegian Cruise line, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line and MSC Cruises are also cancelling their scheduled trips and all the tourists are stranded.




Jennifer de la Cruz, the spokeswoman of Carnival Cruise Line issued a emergency declaration by saying that Carnival was very sensitive to dropping people into a situation where they are going to have difficulty once they are on the ground.




In addition to allowing passengers on the Carnival Victory ship to remain on board, Jennifer de la Cruz said that another ship was being detoured to New Orleans and a number of our other ships would remain at sea.





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