Carnival Cruise line has been forced to cancel three additional sailings as a result of issues affecting its carnival Vista cruise ship.
The company had already been forced to modify several sailings due to an issue which affects the ships maximum speed.
In a statement the company said “”The Carnival Vista has been experiencing an issue affecting its maximum cruising speed…Unfortunately, we will be unable to operate the above voyages, as it is necessary to remove the ship from service to complete the required repairs.”
The company said that it will be automatically issuing refunds for the affected travelers. The company also offered those affected a 100% credit which “must be used to rebook a sailing taking place before December 20, 2020.”
Vacation Cancelled. Only a year in planning. Family reunion ain’t happening. #carnivalvista #carnivalcruise. Three July Sailings on Carnival Vista Cancelled | Travel Agent Central https://t.co/okqIbrcz0U
— Marty Killian (@martykillian)
June 20, 2019
Despite Carnival’s offer, many of those who had been waiting for up to a year or more to vacation on the Vista took to Twitter to express their frustration.
— Izzy Galante (@hillcitydrums)
June 18, 2019
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