The 130,000-ton Carnival Dream is officially back in service today (Saturday, March 23) after being laid-up dockside for a little over a week that caused guests on the previous sailing to be flown home from St. Maarten.
The ship underwent repairs earlier this week to address a malfunction in the emergency diesel generator. Emergency back-up power has been restored.
Certification and clearance for the Carnival Dream to resume service has been received from all necessary regulatory organizations, including the United States Coast Guard.
Carnival Dream will sail a 7-night Eastern Caribbean sailing this afternoon.
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