Posted in Caribbean, Hurricane Matthew, Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey, New York City, News by Spellbound84, North Carolina, RCCL, storm surge, Weather, tagged Bahamas, barometric pressure, Carribean, Category 5, Cuba, Florida, Haiti, high winds, Hurricane, Hurricane Matthew, Insurance companies, lower pressure, Matthew, National Hurricane Center, NAVGEM, NAVGEM Model Description, Navy Global Environmental Model, New Jersey, New York, Nor'easter, North Carolina, Outer Banks, rain, Royal Caribbean International, Sandy, South Carolina, space, storms, Superstorm Sandy, tropical cyclone, usa, Virginia, Weather on October 4, 2016|
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When Matthew Was a Category 5 Hurricane Compared to #SuperStorm Sandy #HurricaneMatthew
Who would do this you tube when Mathew was a Cat 5 on September, 30, 2016?
This blogger wants to know if will to follow the path of Hurricane Sandy? It went over the same Mountains of Cuba and destroyed Haiti! First it impacts the direction of the cruise ships. I worked on Cruise Ships down the Caribbean ported at Labadee, Haiti, RCCL private beach. It is very unfortunate for people to have spent thousand of dollars and they keep you at sea not ports. They Cruise Line make more money when you are at sea. Really your stuck usually sick as heck. I was an entertainer. I developed my Sea Legs after a couple of months. But I believe this one is going to leave lots of deviation. The storm surge or the sea swells are an indicator. I live in South Jersey. Hurricane Sandy’s eye came over me. It did not go further North, the eye. That is why it surprised North Jersey and New York. People should start preparing now. Everyone on the East coast of United States start your preparation for a hurricane. We had an extremely hot summer, 2016 and the water off the coast on the Atlantic are warm. All that warm weather feeds into making it a SuperStorm.
Insurance companies profit from hurricanes.
Business Of Disaster: Insurance Firms Profited $400 Million After Sandy
Itinerary Updates Hurricane Matthew Weather Update Royal Caribbean International
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Posted in News by Donna, tagged Bahamas, Baltimore, Cruise Ship, cruise ship fire, Cruises, fire, Freeport Bahamas, Freeport i, Grandeur Of The Seas, MS Grandeur of the Seas, PR tweets, public relations, Royal Caribbean, Royal Caribbean International, Travel, Tweet, Twitter on May 28, 2013|
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Fire On Board Royal Caribbean’s Cruise Ship, Grandeur Of The Seas. PR tweets.
Royal Caribbean said in a statement,
“Royal Caribbean International is deeply sorry for this unexpected development in our guests’ vacation, We understand that this may have been a very stressful time for them. And we also know that it has significantly impacted their vacation experience. We appreciate their patience and cooperation in dealing with this unfortunate situation.”
Cruisers describe fear as fire raged on ship Video Click Link
MS Grandeur of the Seas Wiki page Click Here
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