Tropical storm caused changes of itineraries
The "Carnival Pride" was currently sailing an altered itinerary due to hurricane Humberto with a call at Grand Turk and Amber Cove instead if its original scheduled cruise to Bermuda. Guests are being offered a 25% off future cruise credit. The vessel will arrive back in Baltimore as normal on Sep 22.
Hurricane Dorian Relief Supplies on Their Way to Freeport via Two Carnival Cruise Line Ships
While Carnival Cruise Line returns this week with scheduled visits to most Bahamian ports of call, two Carnival Cruise Line ships – Carnival Pride and Carnival Liberty – will make stops in Freeport to deliver Hurricane Dorian relief supplies to assist Bahamas residents in the aftermath of the storm. Dozens of pallets of water, the most critical need, along with generators, chain saws, prepared meals and medical supplies were loaded onto the two ships to be delivered later this week. Through a coordinated effort with the company’s global sourcing division and vendors, as well as port and government officials, the supplies will be delivered to Freeport by the Carnival Liberty on Sept. 12 and Carnival Pride on Sept. 13.
Medevac off Cape Hatteras
The US Coast Guard medevaced a woman from the "Carnival Pride" 50 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, on Jan 21, 2019. The ship had contacted watchstanders at the Coast Guard Sector North Carolina command center and notified them that the 40-year-old woman was having abdominal pains and needed to be medevaced. An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City launched to assist. Once on scene, the aircrew hoisted the woman up, accompanied by her spouse and a nurse. The woman was transported to Carteret Health Care in Morehead City. Report with video: https://coastguardnews.com/coast-guard-medevacs-woman-from-cruise-ship-carnival-pride-off-nc/2019/01/21/Upload News