Carnival today previewed their new state-of-the-art (or beyond) Fleet Operations Center in Miami from which they monitor and interact to support any of their 26 ships worldwide.
The 35,000-square-foot facility was designed by Constant Technologies, a design firm that specializes in building operations centers, and located on an entire floor in a Category 5 hurricane-resistant building on Carnival's headquarters campus in Miami.
The complete story appeared in the May 10 edition of Cruise News Daily.
The video is b-roll from Carnival, which means it was intended to be sliced up and used within other videos with a voiceover, so there is little sound. It does give you a chance to look around Carnival's new FOC, however.
Carnival reports that life quickly got back to normal after the water line break on Thursday. Crews worked quickly to replace wet carpeting in the corridor and in a few of the staterooms. They also immediately started drying carpeting that did not need to be replaced.
The break occurred about 6pm and by midnight most passengers were back in their staterooms.
Details appeared in the May 7 edition of Cruise News Daily.