We are presently sailing on the Magic (7-night Western). Yesterday afternoon the captain made an announcement over the PA regarding an itinerary change. We also got an insert in our evening Navigator. This is what it says: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "Due to the anticipated weather and sea conditions forecasted to be near the island of Grand Cayman on Wednesday, we have been informed that it is unlikely that the port will operate the tender service to go ashore. Therefore, instead of visiting Grand Cayman tomorrow, we will sail toward fair weather and favorable sea conditions and spend the day at sea. On Thursday, we will visit Nassau followed by our regular call at Disney's Castaway Cay on Friday. ... <snip> ... While we realize that this itinerary change may be disappointing to some, we hope you understand that the safety and well-being of our guests and crew members is our highest priority. " ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In his announcement, the Captain mentioned the incident two weeks ago when the Magic could not undock from Castaway Cay. He said that they have decided they should try to be more proactive to avoid such events. This itinerary change doesn't really bother us, as we had no excursions planned in GC anyway. Actually, in our party of 12, there are several of us who find tendering difficult due to mobility issues, so it's just as well. GC was the only port in which we were going to have to tender. So today we can enjoy a sea day, and tomorrow, just walk off the boat onto Nassau. How common is it to have these weather-related itinerary changes??