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The Last Three Cruise Ships at Sea Are Finally Going Home


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The last three cruise ships carrying passengers will finally pull into port Monday, ending the long journey for thousands of passengers who embarked before a global pandemic began and are returning to a whole new world.

One of those ships, the Pacific Princess, is letting its remaining passengers off in Los Angeles Monday. The ship left Fort Lauderdale on January 5 for a 111-day, around-the-world trip. The MSC Magnifica also began its journey on January 5, leaving Genoa, Italy, with 1,760 passengers. The last of the three remaining ships at sea, Carnival’s Costa Deliziosa, will drop some of its 1,831 passengers in Spain on Monday and the rest in Italy on Wednesday.

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