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Carnival CEO predicts 'most, if not all' of cruise fleet will return to seas this year

LOS ANGELES - The future of the cruise industry remains murky as the coronavirus pandemic has forced ships to cancel voyages, but the CEO of Carnival Corporation said this week that he’s expecting smooth sailing ahead.CEO Arnold Donald told travel industry workers during a webinar that he expects Carnival-owned brands to have their ships returning to service by the end of the year, Travel Pulse reported."I think that certainly by the end of this year, most, if not all, of our fleet, I’m optimistic, will be in action," Donald said during the event, according to the report. "I think there’s a really high probability that all of them will be back by early next year if things continue to progress the way they have."RELATED: Jameson Whiskey.

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