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Carnival Cruise Ships Lighting Up With an Inspirational Message

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Carnival Cruise Line is doing something special and inspirational with ships lighting up the night with a “We Will Be Back” message.

Carnival Cruise Line’s “We Will Be Back” Message

While Carnival comes to a standstill after suspending cruise operations until early April a special message has been displayed across the fleet. The cruise line is lighting up up ships across North America and Australia with a “We Will Be Back” message.

This is taking place tonight depending on where the ships are located and time zones. And there should be a great view from ashore if the ship is close enough.

The message aims at uplifting the spirits and is for its crew, guests, travel advisors, port partners and communities around the world.

Stefan Christoffersson, Carnival’s Vice President of Housekeeping, said:

“In the end, it’s very similar to turning on your Christmas tree once you’re done decorating and seeing how it all turned out, noting that overall these highly synchronized projects are going off without a hitch. “We haven’t had one ‘We Will Be Bock’ or ‘We Will Be Buck.’”

“The crew takes a great deal of pride in their jobs and this project in particular has extra important meaning to them. More than anything our crew members want everyone to know that they are doing well and can’t wait to get back to the business of creating memories.”

The message has had some complex planning behind the scenes. A review of each ship’s deck plans was done to determine which staterooms will spell out the message. Crew members had to turn on the correct stateroom lights hoping that the correct wording would be displayed.

Also Read: Carnival Ships Being Offered for Medical Use Around the World

There are no doubt cruises will be back even if the suspension of operations are extending beyond April. This also comes as the Carnival Corporation will be offering select ships to be used as hospitals for governments who need additional help around the world.

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