Unfortunately from time to time, cruise ships are unable to stop at a port of call that is on the itinerary.  Although port stops are not guaranteed, cruise lines do everything in their power to stick to the original cruise itinerary. After all, the itinerary is one of the major reasons why passengers booked that particular cruise.

The most common reason why a cruise skips a port stop is due to weather.  Port stops that require tendering can be the most vulnerable when weather conditions get rough.  I missed the cruise line’s private island on my very first cruis

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