Carnival says no to seat saving fleetwide

The success of the seat saving pilot program aboard Carnival Breeze has prompted the line to expand the new rules and regulations fleetwide.

Designed to ensure that all guests have access to sun lounges, especially on busy sea days, dedicated crew have been allocated to monitor lounge useage.

Unoccupied sun lounges will have a notification placed on them with the time that the lounge was vacated.

If the lounge remains unoccupied for 40-minutes, a crew member will remove any belongings and take them to the towel station for safekeeping.

Expanding across the fleet over the next several weeks, all Carnival ships are expected to offer the program by mid-September.

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Words: Natalie Aroyan


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