The fatal explosion in a hazardous-materials warehouse in Tianjin, China, has not impacted cruise facilities at the port near Beijing, said spokesmen for two lines with operations there.

Roger Frizzell, vice president of public relations for Carnival Corp., said he was unaware of any disruption. Carnival brands planning to sail from Tainjin next year include Princess and Costa.

Likewise, Rob Zeiger, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.’s vice president and global chief communications officer, said he was unaware of any impact. Royal's Mariner of the Seas is based in Tianjin. It has plans to sail Ovation of the Seas there next year.

The explosions killed at least 50 people and flattened a warehouse district at the port, according to media reports. More than 500 people were injured. 

Correction: Roger Frizzell's name was misspelled in a previous version of this report.


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