Originally Posted by aerospace
Is this released info or publicly available somewhere? I'd love to find out what the next few ships I'll be on got. I do remember the head chef during one of the galley tours bragging they got a 98 two days earlier.
Hi there, yes it is for the public, every ship that enters US waters is subject to regular and occaisional surprise inspections.
If you go to Advanced Cruise Ship Inspection Search
or search for CDC Sanitation results you will find the site. You can then enter the ship by name, cruiseline by name, date ranges, or select ALL passes (86+%) or ALL failures (<86%)
It makes for some interesting reading, and you can see what the ship/line have done to rectify issues.
Some are best not read during meal times though ;o)
Last: P&O Oceana December 2016
Next: NCL Jade August 2017
Then: P&O Ventura December 2017
Golden, Grand(2), Caribbean, Royal, Sea(4+1 aborted)
Adonia(4+2), Arcadia, Artemis(2), Aurora(5), Azura(2), Britannia, Oceana(4), Oriana(12), Ventura(2), Victoria(5)
QM2(2), QE2(9), QV(7), QE, Caronia(2),
Oceania Nautica, Minerva, Minerva II, Fred.Olsen(8), NCL Jade, =X= Eclipse, HAL Ryndam, Aza.Journey, CMV Magellan