Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas is returning to a Florida port a day early and giving passengers full refunds after 277 guests and crew members were hit with an outbreak of Norovirus as it sailed to Jamaica, officials said.
Rescue crews have responded to a report of an overturned watercraft in the area of Lone Cabbage Fish Camp on the St. Johns River near State Road 520.
Gov. Ron DeSantis made the announcement in Stuart Thursday.
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Because of the Norovirus outbreak, “All of the ship’s guests will receive full refunds of their cruise fare paid,” Royal Caribbean officials say