Carnival Victory is the latest Carnival cruise ship to get a perfect 100 score in United States Public Health (U.S.P.H.) inspections.
What’s different this time around? It’s the third consecutive time the ship has received a score of 100. This a full score mark after inspectors from the CDC boarded the vessel recently to inspect ship hygiene, sanitation, and general cleanliness. They also checked that proper procedures are being followed and standards are high. There are 44 items on the checklist which the Carnival Victory had to have passed to get a full score.
We must say huge congratulations to the hard-working crew members. The crew will work hard and go through training to make sure everything is all in perfect condition at all times. The unannounced USPH inspections will take place twice a year on ships which call to the U.S. on international itineraries.
The ship is 101,500 gross ton ship and can carry over 2,700 guests. The vessel is currently based out of POrtMiami, Florida sailing year-round 3 and 4-day cruises.
Just a week ago we posted about the Carnival Elation passing its USPH inspections with full marks. It was the second consecutive time for the ship and let’s hope there will be a third too.