Hanna Finally Fizzles Out

September 7, 2008
After battering much of the Caribbean and parts of the U.S. coast, Hanna is now heading out to the Atlantic.

Hanna is passing New England and has lost tropical storm characteristics.

The storm had caused a number of itinerary changes last week as it ripped across the Bahamas, Haiti, Cuba, Puerto Rico and Turks and Caicos.

It also impacted on Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas' Norfolk departure this weekend as the storm swept along the eastern seaboard.

All other ships have now departed as slated and the northeast is back to normal.

This will be our last report on this storm system. -- by Kelly Ranson, U.K. Editor Related Stories
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