By Jason Kelly and Sarabeth Ackerman
BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — Almost 3,000 passengers aboard Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas will wake up Monday morning in the port from which they never disembarked.
Royal Caribbean wrote back to Shingara, apologizing for the situation.
“We’re sorry about the delay, John,” the company posted on Twitter. “We’re working to get going ASAP, and appreciate your patience.”
Twitter user Jeremy Taylor also posted about the delay on departing from port.
“Come on, man,” he wrote. “First the captain makes an announcement we are leaving early morning, now we are delayed until (2 p.m.).”
After Royal Caribbean responded with an apology, Taylor continued to voice his frustration.
“I understand delays for maintenance, but not preventable safety violations,” he wrote.