Publish Time：2021-10-12 15:18:19Source：travelweekly
【Introduction】：Carnival Cruise Line has carried almost a quarter of a million passengers since restarting sailings in the summer.
Carnival Cruise Line has carried almost a quarter of a million passengers since restarting sailings in the summer.
The company resumed operations in July from the US after more than a year of cruises being suspended due to the Covid crisis.
Almost 100 cruises have carried 237,000 passengers over three months since the resumption.
The company's restart began on July 3 when Carnival Vista set sail from Galveston and since then ten additional ships have resumed service, including newbuild Mardi Gras.
Carnival Cruise Line expects its full fleet from US ports to return to service by spring 2022, with 17 ships back by the end of the year from its 24-strong fleet.
President Christine Duffy said: "Our first three months back in service has underscored our strong brand loyalty, the best customer base in the cruise industry and our team's ability to deliver outstanding results and guest service.
"It has been an emotional experience for everyone involved, myself included, as we have resumed operations with a focus on health and safety while providing a positive impact for our guests, team members and the communities we visit."