Carnival Cruise Lines 2,974-guest Carnival Glory recently received 100-percent markings on a recent Canadian health inspection in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The unannounced inspections are required for any cruise line calling into a Canadian cruise port.
Like the USPH (United States Public Health) inspections, this too consist of inspecting a broad range of shipboard sanitation areas, including proper food handling, preparation and storage procedures and overall cleanliness of the galley and other shipboard areas. The potable water supply used in spas and pools is also examined.
Carnival Glory is currently operating four- and five-night Canadian sailings out of Boston before repositioning to New York on July 26.
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