Carnival Cancels November 5 Carnival Liberty Cruise

Carnival Cancels November 5 Carnival Liberty Cruise

Carnival Cruise Line has cancelled a second Carnival Liberty cruise due to an ongoing problem with one of the ship’s generators that affects the ship’s propulsion, Cruise Critic reports. The line has cancelled the ship’s five-night western Caribbean cruise from Galveston that was slated to depart November 5.

All passengers will receive a full refund, including any pre-purchased excursions, Fun Shop items and pre-purchased gratuities, as well as a 100 percent credit in the amount paid for the cancelled cruise on a future cruise purchase. The ship’s next cruise, currently scheduled to depart November 10, will call at Progreso instead of Cozumel. Passengers on the November 10 sailing can cancel for a full refund or opt to receive a $50 per person onboard credit and a 25 percent discount on a future cruise.

The move marks the second recently cancelled cruise for the ship, after Carnival Cruise Line had to cancel the ship’s five-night cruise to Mexico that had been slated to depart Galveston October 31.


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