The Capital Jazz Supercruise departed from the port of Miami, Fla., Oct. 23 and is scheduled to return Oct. 30. The cruise’s route originally called for the ship to stop in Cozumel, Mexico; Belize; and Ocho Rios, Jamaica.

In addition to performing Friday, The Family Stone was also supposed to play for Jazz Supercruise fans on Wednesday and Thursday.

A statement from The Family Stone explains that the band was headed to the airport on Tuesday when they received a call from Capitol Jazz warning the group the cruise couldn’t port in Belize because of stormy weather in the Caribbean from Hurricane Rina.

The Family Stone agreed to fly to the Grand Cayman Islands to meet the boat. After arriving at their hotel, the band learned that the cruise was unable to reach that port because of wind gusts and wave swells ranging between six to eight feet.

The next option was to fly into Ocho Rios. Unfortunately all flights off the island were sold out and the next flights wouldn’t take off for two days.

And what did The Family Stone do while temporarily stranded in the Cayman Islands? They decided to make the best of a bad situation and jam in the hotel lobby for guests.

The band is scheduled to fly into Ocho Rios on Friday and catch a connecting flight to make it to Saturday’s show at the in New Roads, La.