Carnival Pride Modifies Itinerary Due to Propulsion Issue

carnival prideThe Carnival Pride is experiencing a technical issue that is affecting the vessel’s maximum cruising speed, Carnival Cruise Line reports. The issue is only affecting the ship's speed. All guest services, hotel and safety systems are operating normally. 

As a result of the reduced sailing speed, the ship’s arrival at the Port of Baltimore Sunday was delayed until 6:30 p.m.   

Because of the delayed departure, Carnival Pride is now operating a modified itinerary featuring calls at Nassau and Freeport

Guests who opted to sail on this voyage will receive a 50 percent refund of their cruise fare, a 50 percent discount on a future cruise and a $25 per person shipboard credit to offset meal expenses today in Baltimore. Those who wish to cancel may do so and will receive a full refund. Technicians continue to work on the issue.


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