Carnival Victory received a perfect health score of 100 during a recent inspection late last month. Her most recent perfect score before that was in December of 2014.
To earn a 100, cruise ships must receive perfect marks on all 44 items on the United States Public Health’s checklist. The inspections are unannounced and take place twice a year for all ships that call in a US port. They’re evaluated in a range of areas, including galley cleanliness, obeying proper food handling rules and storage procedures, and more. The water supplies used in pools and spas are evaluated as well.
The 2,758-passenger ship is currently doing 3 and 4-night Bahamas sailings from Port Canaveral, having moved to that homeport in February.
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