Two More Cruise Ships Flunk CDC Food Sanitation Inspections

Navigator Seven Seas Navigator Cruise ShipThe Centers for Disease Control Prevention (Vessel Sanitation Program) has given failing scores to two cruise ships following inspections this summer.  

The Regent's Seven Seas Navigator and Un-Cruise Adventures' Safari Endeavour flunked the CDC's sanitation inspections. 

Regent's Seven Seas Navigator scored a dismal score of 79.  You can read the report here.  

The Safari Endeavour scored a failing score of 81.  You can read the report here.

These failed scores are even worse than the humiliating failure of the Silver Shadow.

The CDC caught the Silver Shadow cruise ship hiding trolleys of meat, fish, cheese and other perishable items in crew quarters this summer after a surprise inspection. 

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