Third Carnival Cruise ship struck by ‘technical issues’

Third Carnival Cruise ship struck by ‘technical issues’

Another day, another case of a Carnival cruise ship experiencing “technical issues.”

This time, the Carnival’s Legend cruise ship was forced to cancel its journey across the Caribbean after a technical issue with the ship’s sailing speed surfaced.

Late on Thursday, March 14, the ship was forced to make a stop on the Grand Cayman Islands. The passengers on this ship will be reimbursed by Carnival with $100 credit, refunds on any pre-purchased shore excursions on the Grand Cayman Islands, and 50-percent off any future cruise.

The Legend will eventually head back to its origin point, the Port of Tampa, this Sunday. This planned seven-day cruise has come to an unfortunate, premature end.

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