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Typically, if a cruise line cancels a cruise, the cruise line reimburses your payments. Weather cancellations are rather rare, more likely to have an arrival / departure delay or rerouting to different ports, etc..., with perhaps a partial reimbursement.

If you decide to cancel, your refund is per the terms of the cruise contract, or travel insurance policy you might have. 

I'll speculate here that your concern is hurricanes. There is another post under Ports of Call titled "Hurricane Season Begins" that might be helpful.


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@Dawny52 Cruising during hurricane season can be a bit tricky and sometimes unpredictable! I'm usually up for the risk in order to snag a better cruise rate. Thankfully I just cruised out of Port Miami during hurricane season and was able to have the most beautiful weather with no itinerary changes. It's just a bit of a gamble! Cruise lines are usually pretty good about refunding or rerouting to accommodate your original itinerary as closely as possible. I wouldn't stress about it! 

Here is a recent article on this year's hurricane predictions. https://www.cruisehive.com/more-hurricanes-and-storms-could-impact-cruises/108535

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