Carnival Cruise Line has announced plans to have 17 ships back
in guest service by the end of 2021, with additional ships
returning in January and February and the entire U.S. fleet back
in guest operations by spring 2022.
The companys restart began on July 3, 2021 when the Carnival
Vista set sail from Galveston and since then 10 additional ships
have resumed service, carrying 237,000 guests from homeports
along the East and West Coasts and the Gulf of Mexico all while
guests were devouring nearly half a million Guy Fieri burgers and
enjoying 11,000 adrenaline-fueled rides on BOLT, the first roller
coaster at sea that debuted on the new Mardi Gras July 31, 2021.
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