Carnival Cruise Line’s 2,974-passenger Carnival Liberty had reason to celebrate as it earned a perfect score on its most recent United States Public Health (U.S.P.H) inspection. This score marks the fifth time that a Carnival vessel has earned a perfect score this year.
According to the company, “The unannounced inspections, which are conducted twice each year and required for any cruise ship with an international itinerary calling on a U.S. or Canadian port, encompass 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 Liberty was the first ship to undergo Carnival’s $500-million Fun Ship 2.0 enhancement program, adding venues such Guy’s Burger Joint, RedFrog Pub and BlueIguana Cantina.
Carnival Liberty operates year-round Caribbean service from Miami.
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