Carnival Ships to Land Supplies in St. Kitts and Grand Turk

Carnival Fascination

Carnival Cruise Line is stepping up efforts to aid in the Caribbean following Hurricane Irma. 

The Miami-based cruise line, the world’s largest by passenger capacity, will deliver supplies to St. Kitts later this week during a call from the Carnival Fascination.

In addition, the cruise line will also land supplies in Grand Turk, and according to a statement, is working with a number of Caribbean islands to bring in supplies on a long-term basis.

This follows announcements from Royal Caribbean, which is deploying ships to aid in relief efforts, and Norwegian Cruise Line, which is sending the Sky to St. Thomas to help evacuees. 

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