Guests on board the Carnival Dream returned to New Orleans harbor on Sunday following a water break on Thursday, flooding a corridor and affecting about 50 cabins.
The incident was shared on Facebook by a concerned passenger, Marla DeAnn Haase, who posted a video of a flooded gang. A subsequent post showed that crew members released the water.
Haase could not be reached for comment on Sunday, and her original post and comments were no longer publicly available.
According to the cover page of Carnival, the incident involved about 100 guests on deck 9 of the ship. "The water line was cut off at 6:00 pm, and in six hours our crew had replaced the carpeting of the cabin and the stand, dried out other carpets that were damp but did not need to be replaced, and restored the 50 cabins to all the guests could sleep in their beds tonight. "
Carnival Dream carried about 3,600 passengers on a 7-day trip across the Caribbean.
According to the publication, "a handful of guests" chose to sleep elsewhere that evening; The line placed mattresses in the spa for her.
The cruise line gave affected guests a full refund and offered them a discount on a future cruise; In addition, it offered to take affected guests home early. Only two of the 1