Shelli McGee, an advisor for a local travel agency said business is steady as usual.
They've had no cancellations for the triumph or any other cruise line, but she did have to move people who were supposed to go on the triumph in the next several weeks to a different cruise ship.
Carnival shut down the Triumph for a 12-week period to clean up the mess and fix mechanical problems.
McGee said even with what happened she doesn't expect folks to give up cruising anytime soon.
She said it's a hot vacation option right now with their all-inclusive meals and multiple destination spots.
"There are thousands of ships out there and these are very rare circumstances," said McGee. "People who were on that ship I'm sure are going to be a little leery for a little bit, but I would say please don't let that affect anything. Just go and have a good time, they're very safe."
McGee said she has clients that are
still booked to take the Triumph when it's scheduled to
operate again, but she said if the boat is still not ready by April 13th, she'll have to move those folks to another ship as well.