Tropical Storm Chantal forms in open waters July 31, 2007 Share 1 -- Oerator adds storm guaranteeJamaica-based Chukka Caribbean Adventures has introduced a Hurricane Guarantee policy for vacationers booking adventure tours in Jamaica, Grand Turk in the Turks and Caicos, Belize and the Bahamas. If a named storm is forecast for any of Chukka's tour destinations, guests may call and reschedule or cancel their tours without penalty."We value the safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff at all times," said John Byles, co-managing director. "This hurricane guarantee is in keeping with our company's guidelines of offering the best customer service and delivering exciting nature adventures." For details, visit www.chukkacaribbean.com.Tropical Storm Chantal was christened in the Atlantic on July 31 as it raced northeastward into open waters and posed no threat to the U.S. Chantal, the third tropical storm of the 2007 Atlantic Hurricane Season after Andrea and Barry, formed near Bermuda as an unnamed tropical disturbance on July 30 and was expected to drop to non-tropical status by Aug. 1 as it brushed Cape Race, Newfoundland.The storm will probably end up as part of a low pressure system near Iceland this weekend, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami.Next name on the storm list is Dean, if anyone is keeping track.To contact the reporter who wrote this article, send e-mail to Gay Nagle Myers at email@example.com.Get More!To keep track of the 2007 Atlantic Hurricane Season and how it is affecting the travel industry, click here. More links will be added as articles go live on TravelWeekly.com. In addition, we will be keeping track of the ever-growing list of hurricane insurance guarantees in one handy place and providing links to all of the stories posted. To view the information, click here.