Carnival CEO: Cruise demand exceeds supply

Arnold Donald discusses the company’s first sailings since the COVID shutdown on ‘The Claman Countdown’

Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald says customers are cruising back to the company’s ships with demand exceeding current supply as they set sail from the U.S. again for the first time after a hiatus brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Donald joined FOX Business’ “The Claman Countdown” Friday to discuss Carnival’s resumption of departures from the U.S. starting early next month, beginning with the “Vista” setting sail from Galveston to the western Caribbean on July 3.


And he said pandemic fears are fading. 

“Honestly, people are chomping at the bit to cruise again. We do not have an issue with being able to fill the ships. People are ready to sail and they know the long history of the cruise industry” he added “In fact, we have…

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