Liberty of the Seas Receives Perfect U.S.P.H. Score
In a resent U.S.P.H. inspection conducted on January 8 2017, Royal Caribbean cruise ship Liberty of the Seas earned perfect 100 points. The 160000 gross ton Liberty of the Seas was returning from a 6 Days Western Caribbean Cruise to its homeport Galveston, Texas when the unannounced inspection occur. CDC inspectors boarded the vessel and after several hours Liberty received a perfect score of 100 points with compliments to all crew for their amazing and hard work in regards to Public Health compliance. Nobody can imagine the crew member's proud smile on their face since yesterday when the Captain of the vessel announced on the PA system the ship's excellent scores. All on board the cruise ships have worked very hard, especially on a day before turnaround, and they need to be recognized accordingly. Congratulations to the crew onboard the Liberty of the Seas and thanks to a full 100 marks.
U.S.P.H. Inspections are required for all cruise ships arriving in U.S. port. The inspections occurs twice a year and is an important aspect of the Vessel Sanitation Program for all cruise ships. Since 2017 when Liberty of the Seas was introduced to the Royal Caribbean fleet, the ship has had impressive USPH scores.
Here are all USPH marks for Liberty of the Seas