A Carnival Cruise Line cruise ship earned it’s second consecutive perfect 100 health score during a recent unannounced inspection.
The inspection took place in Port Canaveral, Florida and Carnival Victory received perfect marks on all 44 items that make up the United States Public Health’s inspection checklist. Cruise ships that stop in U.S. ports are inspected twice year and the crew does not know when they will take place. The inspection is done by the VSP (Vessel Sanitation Program) to determine how well the ships are operating and to check the sanitation standards on board.
During the inspections, all major areas of the ship are inspected including medical facilities, portable water systems, swimming pools and hot tubs, galleys and dining rooms, child activity centers, hotel accommodations, ventilation systems, and common areas of the ship.
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Carnival Victory currently sails three and four night cruises to the Bahamas and the Caribbean. The 101,000 gross ton cruise ship can carry 2,758 passengers and first debuted in the Fall of 2000. Congratulations to the crew members on Carnival Victory for this second consecutive perfect health score.