Two More Ships of Carnival Cruise Line Fail Health Inspections

   January 17, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Two of the newest cruise ships in the Carnival fleet received failing grades in health inspections that were designed to control gastrointestinal illnesses' spread. 

Carnival Breeze and Carnival Vista both scored below passing grade 86. Carnival Vista, the newest ship of the cruise line, received 79 while Carnival Breeze was given 77. 

Carnival Vista cruise ship

The crew of Carnival Vista hid potentially hazardous food, dirty dishware and equipment from the inspectors from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control). 

According to the December report by CDC's Prevention’s Vessel Sanitation Program, onboard illnesses were not appropriately documented and the buffet included fruit flies.

Previously, a November report cited failing score of 78 for line's Triumph, an older cruise ship that gained notoriety in 2013 when it became known as the "poop cruise." 

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