- Of the more than 200 active cruise ships the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have inspected, the vast majority have received passing grades, which means they scored at least an 86 on the agency’s 100-point sanitation score.
- But a handful earned failing grades for a variety of reasons, including improperly-stored food and the presence of flies in food and beverage areas.
- Japan Cruise Line’s Pacific Venus ship received the lowest score, with 76 points out of 100.
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