Earlier this week Carnival Cruise Line announced that the most recent voyage of the Carnival Vista cruise ship would arrive to port a day later than planned due to a mechanical issue. Now, the company is announcing that the issue will also affect the ship’s next planned sailing.
— The Cruise Genius (Scott Lara) (@scottlara1961)
June 16, 2019
Carnival announced that the June 22 sailing of the Vista would be affected by an issue which affects the ship’s maximum speed. Because the ship’s June 15 sailing will return a day later than expected, as we blogged about yesterday, its June 22 sailing will be pushed to June 23.
Carnival has promised to release an updated communication about the situation by 6:00 p.m. on June 18, reports CruiseHive.com.
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