PortandTerminal.com, January 6, 2020
MIAMI, FL – Carnival Cruise Line has updated its dress code and clothing that is considered offensive will not be allowed to be worn on Carnival cruise ships.
John Heald, Carnival’s senior cruise director and brand ambassador, unveiled the new policy recently on his Facebook page, specifying which types of clothing will not be allowed.
“All guests are expected to ensure their clothing and accessories are respectful to fellow guests. Specifically, items worn during the cruise should not contain any message that may be considered offensive or contain nudity, profanity, sexual innuendo/suggestions. In addition, clothing/accessories should not promote negative ethnic or racial, commentary, or hatred or violence in any form.”John Heald, Carnival Cruise, Senior Cruise Director
Asked what prompted the change, Carnival spokesman Vance Gulliksen said it resulted “after some incidents were reported in the media about other travel sectors where customers were wearing clothing with very threatening messages.”
Heald, who engages with Carnival fans daily on his Facebook page, said he brought up Carnival’s new policy in response to a post about a woman who threatened to wear “disgusting and lurid shirts” on her cruise.
Carnival Cruise Line carries more children (over 800,000) on their ships each year than any other cruise line. The cruise line has consistently been named one of the top three cruise lines for families by different publications across the industry.
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