Delayed embarkation of the Carnival cruise ship due to adverse weather

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The Carnival panorama arrived late in Long Beach, California after a seven day cruise on the Mexican Riviera. The ship was delayed due to adverse weather conditions affecting the ship’s schedule. Guests on board the ship were informed of the delay yesterday.

Carnival Cruise Line brand ambassador John Heald sent another warning to guests on the cruise, which is scheduled to depart later on Saturday.

Adverse weather conditions cause delays to Carnival Panorama

The Carnival panorama experienced a setback on its scheduled arrival in Long Beach, California on Saturday after completing a seven-day cruise on the Mexican Riviera.

This delay was mainly due to adverse weather conditions, which had a significant impact on the ship’s itinerary.

In response to the situation, Carnival Cruise Line’s brand ambassador, John Heald, updated guests on the delay and its potential impact on the embarkation process for the next cruise.

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John Heald, Carnival Cruise Line Brand Ambassador: “Carnival Panorama – For those of you sailing her today, I hope you are ready to see the best of times. However, I wanted to let you know (in case you haven’t received the email) that the ship is experiencing adverse weather conditions sailing back to Loooooooooong Beach and will be arriving later than scheduled this morning. This can now affect embarkation. We will be providing an update to guests by 8:00 a.m. PT this morning.”

It is not certain whether the mentioned update has been sent and when embarkation for the following cruise will now begin.

Nevertheless, guests on board the Carnival panorama began disembarkation at 11:00 am provided they were able to take their own luggage. Disembarkation for those in need of assistance began at 12:00 p.m. At 1:15 p.m., all guests were asked to disembark.

Bad weather between Cabo and Long Beach

Carnival panorama‘s cruise was reportedly going fine until the ship left Cabo San Lucas. The weather was windy and not that warm, with pools open, but too cold and windy to enjoy.

The sky ride, high ropes course and waterslide were all closed after the ship left Cabo and the entire day at sea on March 24th was not pleasant. In the buffet area, too, the guests didn’t want to sit close to the door because it was too windy.

Carnival panoramic cruise ship
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The following cruise on the Carnival panorama is another 7-night itinerary in the Mexican Riviera, departing on March 25th from Los Angeles, California with stopovers Vallarta portMexico, Mazatlan, Mexico, Cabo San Lucas, Mexicoand back to Los Angeles on April 1st.

The 133,500 gross tons Carnival panoramawhich has a maximum passenger capacity of approximately 4,008 guests based on double occupancy, is scheduled to continue offering cruises on the Mexican Riviera through 2025. Night cruises are also offered.

The eight-night itinerary will set sail from Los Angeles, California and call in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; La Paz, Mexico; Mazatlan, Mexico; and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico before returning to Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, the six-night itinerary will feature a slightly different schedule, Departs Los Angeles, Californiaand visits Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and Ensenada, Mexico before completing its journey back to Los Angeles.

Source: News Network

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