More trouble at sea for Carnival Cruise line
There is more trouble at sea for Carnival Cruise lines.
The company said the Carnival Dream is docked in St. Maarten while the crew works on technical issues that caused problems with the elevators and the toilets overnight.
Carnival officials said the issue stems from problems with the ship’s backup generator.
They said the vessel never lost primary power and all the guests are unharmed.
However, all the guests are being flown home as a precaution.
Carnival said those travelers will get a refund for the three days of their trip and get a 50-percent off voucher for a future excursion.
This comes one month after the Carnival Triumph was stranded for five days in the Gulf of Mexico.
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