Taking A Cruise: Hurricane Season In The Atlantic

Taking A Cruise: Hurricane Season In The Atlantic

In 1998 the Phantom, a ship on the Windjammer cruise line lost its ship and all of the c...

Hurricane season can be a rather tricky time for summer time travelers. Children are home from college, the younger kids are out of school, mom and dad are taking time off of operate and the household want to take a holiday. Wait...what about hurricanes? The official hurricane season in the Atlantic begins June 1 and extends till November 30, encompassing the entire summer season season in the Caribbean.

In 1998 the Phantom, a ship on the Windjammer cruise line lost its ship and all of the crew members following it sailed off into sea to steer clear of a hurricane. In trying to stay away from the hurricane, they ran straight into the storm. Thankfully, the passengers had all been dropped off safely on the shore, but the captain and crew of the ship were not so lucky. This is a wake up call to all of those out there who assume that cruise liners are unsinkable--clearly, they are not. Browse here at home inspect broward to research when to do it. A year later a Carnival cruise liner experienced some problems during a hurricane, but luckily the ship, crew, and all the passengers made it out of the storm in a single piece.