An evacuee from St. Martin walks toward Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas. The ship ran aid and rescue missions in the wake of Hurricane irma.
An evacuee from St. Martin walks toward Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas. The ship ran aid and rescue missions in the wake of Hurricane irma. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
An evacuee from St. Martin walks toward Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas. The ship ran aid and rescue missions in the wake of Hurricane irma. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

They booked a 5-day pleasure cruise. They wound up on a 2-week hurricane relief mission

September 18, 2017 05:21 PM

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