Carnival Cruise Ship to Be Chartered by FEMA

By ,   October 12, 2017 ,   Cruise Industry

Carnival Cruise Line canceled the next 4 months of voyages on one of their ships so the vessel can be chartered by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) to support relief efforts in the Caribbean.

Carnival's Fascination ship has been chartered for housing relief workers in U.S. Virgin Islands. The ship’s departures from October 15 through January 28, next year will be cancelled. Carnival Fascination returns to year-round service out of San Juan beginning February 18.

Carnival Fascination

All passengers who were booked on one of the canceled sailings will receive a full refund of the fare as well as pre-purchased shore trips and beverage packages.

Carnival is extending a 100 per cent cruise credit toward any future ruise when rebooked by mid-November.