Both the Crown and the Majesty made it to Bermuda one day late. Passengers aboard reported that both shiips sailed around the storm, that the seas were rough, but not too rough.
Most were more disappointed about missing a day in Bermuda than from the rough seas.
NCL even go a well done from a Bermudian minister.
Hailing the decision by Norwegian Cruise Line, Dr. Brown stated: "This is an important step by this cruise caller because it demonstrates that they have confidence in Bermuda's tourism product and believe that we have the right ingredients to offer their visitors a first-class vacation experience."
The Minister said that talks would be held with Royal Caribbean cruise officials after they switched one boat's schedule because of Florence. Its regular Bermuda boat, Empress of the Seas, which left Philadelphia on Saturday, will this week be diverted to the Bahamas, a move Dr. Brown said he regretted.
Wait until the Empress of the Seas passengers learn that NCL made it to Bermuda, although a day late, and they didn't.......I bet they complain loudly on all the cruise forums......