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Carnival Fascination Will Serve As Floating Hotel For Relief Workers

3 minutes read • October 13th, 2017
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will use

Carnival Fascination

as a floating hotel for relief workers in the Caribbean. Carnival Cruise Line announced its decision yesterday, on 10/12/2017.
carnival fascination cruise ship

Carnival Fascination will arrive in Saint Croix, the United States Virgin Islands, to house workers helping the island to recover after a natural disaster. The vessel will spend there 4 months, from 10/15/2017 to 2/03/2018.
We remind you that St. Croix is one of the numerous Caribbean islands that was hardly damaged by Hurricane Maria 3 weeks ago.
CCL has canceled all sailings on Carnival Fascination scheduled to depart from her home port, San Juan, Puerto Rico, during this period. Travelers booked for these voyages will receive a full refund and a discount on the future sailings.

Carnival Fascination became the 2nd liner chartered by FEMA. The Bahamas Paradise’s vessel, Grand Celebration, has already been put into humanitarian service for 3 months. Now she’s serving as the floating hotel for relief workers in St. Thomas, the United States Virgin Islands, devastated by Hurricane Irma.

Source: Carnival Cruise Line

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