Carnival Dream Experiences Mechanical Failure

On August 13, 2017, the Carnival Dream was forced to sail back to it’s home port of New Orleans, due to a mechanical failure.

As a result, the Dream was forced to skip it’s call in Cozumel, Mexico.

Carnival put out a statement saying that everything in the staterooms were functional, but the ship was forced to sail at a reduced cruising speed due to propulsion issues. Passengers on-board received $50 on-board credit.

Carnival Cruise Line has confirmed that the problem was fixed, and that future cruises were not affected.

The Dream was on a seven day Southern Caribbean cruise to Cozumel, Montego Bay, and Grand Cayman when this incident occurred.

-By PJ Morrissey: Senior Editor and Social Media Manager-

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Back in April of 2016, PJ had the idea to create an Instagram account based on cruising, after he became addicted from his cruise in March. In May, he had the idea to extend it into a blog. Ever since then he has been working very hard at growing the Cruise Everyday brand!
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PJ Morrissey

Back in April of 2016, PJ had the idea to create an Instagram account based on cruising, after he became addicted from his cruise in March. In May, he had the idea to extend it into a blog. Ever since then he has been working very hard at growing the Cruise Everyday brand!

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