(4 p.m. EDT) -- Hurricane Fred, the sixth named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, is still hanging out in the Atlantic Ocean -- posing no threat to land or cruise travel.
The National Hurricane Center is reporting that Hurricane Fred currently has maximum sustained winds of 80 miles per hour. The system is expected to weaken, and little motion is anticipated over the next few days.
Cruise Ship Itinerary Changes
At this point, no cruise ship itinerary changes have been reported due to this storm.
Weather Outlook: Next Affected Ships & Ports
We don't expect this storm to have any impact on cruise travel. If this changes, we'll post information regarding itinerary changes when they become available.
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Hurricane Fred Steers Clear of Cruises This Weekend
September 11, 2009