Carnival Cruise Line Launches VeriFly App Fleetwide

Carnival Cruise Line has launched VeriFLY, a free digital health app, with an aim to make health screening simpler and quicker for guests. VeriFLY by Daon is a health app that allows vaccinated guests to easily submit pre-embarkation information. Following a pilot program, the cruise line has introduced the mobile application fleetwide for all ships in all of its U.S. homeports.

Guests who use the app can complete pre-cruise tasks from their smartphone, save time at the port and get on-board faster, said Christine Duffy, Carnival Cruise Line president.

In the pilot program’s first test in January, ahead of a cruise on Mardi Gras from Port Canaveral, over 85 percent of the 2,000 guests who opened an email invitation followed through by downloading the VeriFLY app.

Once guests download VeriFLY—available in the App Store or Google Play—they can search for Carnival Cruise Line and complete the steps required. Guests will be asked to submit necessary documentation, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. When the process is successfully completed, a VeriFLY pass will be issued in the app to present at embarkation. 

Guests who choose not to complete the VeriFLY process can still be able to complete their pre-embarkation tasks on the line’s official website and present the necessary COVID-19 documents during their embarkation.

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