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Because the long-standing strategy of cruise lines is to avoid a storm completely. Cruise line operators have been operating in the hurricane zone for many years now and their experience indicates going around the storm is the best course of action. This is why cruises are almost never canceled.
Typically, cruise ships are still safe to depart while a hurricane is occurring in the Caribbean as long as it is not affecting the embarkation port and if it is, typically the cruise can be delayed a day or two instead of being completely cancelled. That might mean a schedule change to your cruise, however.
While cruise ships can typically "outrun" most storms, passengers may still experience rough seas as their ship skirts the edges of a storm. On rare occasions, a ship may have to go through the outer bands of storm to reach safe haven in a port, though most times ships will go out to sea to avoid storms.
If a storm is threatening one area of the Caribbean or Atlantic, cruise lines will simply reroute their ships to a different destination. Cruise ships can typically "outrun" a hurricane -- storms tend to move about 8 to 10 knots, while ships can attain speeds of up to 22 knots and beyond.
Originally Answered: Can a US Aircraft carrier survive the worst of a hurricane? Aircraft carriers are never at sea alone. A Nimitz class CVN (and the new Gerald R Ford) carrier can withstand severe damage, but its escorts (except the SSN Subs) would easily get wiped out if a CAT 3-5 storm was on the horizon.
Typically, cruise ships are still safe to depart while a hurricane is occurring in the Caribbean as long as it is not affecting the embarkation port and if it is, typically the cruise can be delayed a day or two instead of being completely cancelled.
Hurricane season is officially from June 1st to November 30th, and during those times hurricanes will sometimes change the itineraries for cruise ships in the Caribbean and the Bahamas. Only in rare cases will the cruise actually be cancelled by the cruise line.
Passengers booked on any cruise departing before July 31 can cancel without penalty as late as two days before departure. Those who cancel will receive a future cruise credit or, in some cases, a cash refund.
Cruise passengers are at increased risk of person-to-person spread of infectious diseases, including COVID-19, and outbreaks of COVID-19 have been reported on several cruise ships. Cruise travelers should stay home for 14 days after returning from travel, monitor their health, and practice social distancing.
For initial diagnostic testing for COVID-19, the CDC recommends collecting and testing an upper respiratory specimen.
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