For the fourth time in the past three months, a Carnival Cruise Line cruise ship has failed a surprise health inspection.
Twice a year, each cruise ship that sails to or from a U.S. cruise port goes through an unannounced public health inspection. This surprise inspection is done by the VSP (Vessel Sanitation Program) to determine how well the ships are operating and to the check the sanitation standards on board each ship.
Carnival Liberty failed an inspection that took place on January 4, 2018 with an inspection score of 80. A score of 85 or below is considered a failing score. This is the fourth Carnival cruise ship to score an 85 or below in the past three months.
The other three cruise ships that failed inspection were Carnival Triumph (scored a 78 on November 11, 2017), Carnival
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