Cruise News Today — August 3, 2022: Carnival Changes COVID Testing, Again and New NCL Menus

Cruise News Today for Wednesday, August 3, 2022.

Norwegian Viva, the next Prima-class ship for NCL was floated out at the shipyard in Italy on Tuesday. Carnival Cruise Line has repeatedly updated its pre-cruise COVID testing requirements, backtracking on earlier guidance. Norwegian Cruise Line will be rolling out a fixed main dining room menu in 2023, first debuting on Norwegian Prima this fall.

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» Norwegian Viva: https://bit.ly/3SpKCN0
» Norwegian MDR menu: https://bit.ly/3QdPKld

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00:00 Intro
00:07 NCL Viva floated out
00:40 Carnival updates pre-testing requirements
01:31 NCL to roll out fixed MDR menu
02:08 Stocks

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