The two cruise ships that sail out of the Port of Baltimore have made changes to itineraries this week because of Hurricane Earl. Carnival Pride sailed Sunday on a 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean, but is skipping a port call at Grand Turk Island. Pride will stop at Port Canaveral tomorrow, instead, then spend two days in the Bahamas at Freeport and Nassau. The ship is also missing a call at Half Moon Cay - the Holland America private island.
Royal Caribbean's Enchantment of the Seas - new to Baltimore this season - left last Thursday for a 9-night Caribbean cruise. The ship made its port call at San Juan, Puerto Rico on Sunday, but missed the Monday stop at St. Thomas calling at Samana, Dominican Republic and Labadee, Hait, insteadi. The ship will spend the next three days at sea, returning to Baltimore on Saturday.