Carnival Cruise Splendor Wins Unprecedented 6th Ideal 100 Score on Public Health Inspection

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In its 8 United States Public Health Inspections in the time of entering service in 2008, Carnival cruise liner Carnival Splendor has gained the perfect six 100 scores, as well as 2 near-perfect results of 99 and 98 – an unparalleled achievement in the international cruise liners industry. The vessel’s average Unated States Public Health inspection result for the time of its 4 years of service is a remarkable 99.6.
The cruise liner Carnival Splendor gained ideal marks on all forty two items that include the U.S.P.H. Service’s detailed Ship Sanitation Program (SSP) checklist.  The sudden inspections, that are organized two times a year and required for any cruise vessel with an international route calling at a U.S. port, asses ships in a diversity of places, consisting of adherence to suitable food handling, preparation and storage procedures, and overall galley cleanliness. Vessels' potable water deliveries used in spas and pools are also assesed.
Carnival cruise liner Splendor, that is currently operating 7-day Mexican Riviera cruises from Long Beach, is going to reposition to New York on year-round 8-day Caribbean/Bahamas sailings starting March 23, 2013.  Prior to its upcoming New York program, Carnival Splendor cruise vessel is going to offer 3 South America sailings in February and March 2013, sailing to some of the continent’s most amazing and breathtaking destinations.