The 2,124-guest Carnival Pride served as a venue for a reception and luncheon held by the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) and Cruise Industry Charitable Foundation (CICF) in Baltimore, Maryland recently.
Christine Duffy, CEO of CLIA was in attendance along with dignitaries and VIP’s from Baltimore and CICF. A donation of $50,000 was presented to local charities, including a $20,000 check to the Maritime Industries Academy (pictured right).
Carnival Pride offers guest’s year-round seven-night cruises to the Bahamas, Caribbean and Florida out of Baltimore, Maryland. Earlier this summer Carnival Pride received a 100 percent score on a recent inspection from United States Public Health.
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