According to reports, the ports that reopened are:
- Port Everglades
- Port Canaveral
- Jacksonville's seaport, Jaxport
According to the USCG the ports of Savannah and Brunswick, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina are in condition Zulu, meaning that they're closed for marine traffic and cargo operations.
In addition, many were the cruise lines that cancelled their voyages or changed their routes for safety reasons. For instance, three Royal Caribbean ships, including Harmony of the Seas, Symphony of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, to change itineraries to avoid the projected path of the storm.
Moreover, the Carnival Ecstasy cruise ship, although normally berths at Jaxport, it diverted to port Canaveral. Six Royal Caribbean vessels based in South Florida delayed their returns to port due to the storm, including a four-day delay for Harmony of the Seas.
Yesterday, Equinor published a statement informing that Hurricane Dorian damaged its terminal and led to an onshore oil spill. Yet, Equinor's crew remained safe as they had departed the terminal some days earlier.
As the Hurricane left the Bahamas, it is now heading towards the Carolinas, where the US Navy has issued a hurricane warning and a tropical storm warning for the southern Chesapeake Bay. The storm is off Cape Fear, and it is expected to weaken as it heads offshore towards Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.