MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — Carnival Cruise Lines will be staying away from Mexican ports of call longer than previously expected because of the swine flu.
The company said Friday it has modified itineraries through May 11 to avoid the country — a week longer than Carnival announced earlier. Most ships are stopping at alternate ports.
Some trips are even being lengthened. Four- and five-day cruises from Galveston and New Orleans have been turned into seven-day voyages. The five-day passengers can take the extended trip for free, but four-day cruisers will have to pay a little extra. Those guests can also rebook or get full cash back.
Passengers with less drastic itinerary changes will also have the option to rebook a future cruise.
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