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Carnival Cruise Line Launches New Safety Video Across the Fleet

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New Carnival Cruise Ship Safety Video Debuts

It’s time to forget about those dull safety videos which nobody ever watches and step it up with some fun. Carnival has launched a new safety briefing video on all Carnival cruise ships and it features Shaquille O’Neal, Chief Fun Officer (CFO) of Carnival Cruise Line.

With the new style of video, it aims to get guests’ attention and improving the knowledge safety protocols. Bringin in new entertainment from Shaquille will make more passengers watch the video which is being shown across all 26 cruise ships.

Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line, said:

“Keeping our guests and crew safe is our number one priority. Carnival is known for having fun, so we’ve taken a different twist on the typical safety video to engage with our guests and capture their attention in an entertaining way while still remaining informative, clear and directive.”

“Who better to explain our safety procedures than our shipboard team members who work every day to keep our guests safe and happy – and, of course, our CFO Shaq, the best person to make safety serious fun.”

You can watch the new video below where he is joined by entertainment team members along with some towel animals:

More than 34,000 staterooms will air the new footage on the TV and captioned in English and Spanish. It will also be friendly for visually impaired guests with audio descriptions. 5.2 million guests sail with the Miami-based cruise line annually and it is important to make sure they all watch this before the cruise ship even departs the homeport.

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