Carnival Cruise Line Co. said it will phase out the company’s current female cruisers in 2018.
The cruisers, which are equipped with the company, will replace the current female model cruisers that were introduced in 2016.
The company said in a statement on Monday that the change will be effective on February 1, 2018.
Carnival Cruise Ships will also phase out its female models by 2022, which will also be effective for 2021.
“As we have been making progress in providing our fleet with more and better products, we have seen an opportunity to enhance our fleet, which is why we are taking a number of actions that will enhance our overall performance and ensure that we meet the needs of our customers and crew,” the company said.
The change will include eliminating the new Carnival Cruises “Femme Fatale” models, as well as the current “Lady and The Tramp” models.
Carnival Cruise Lines said that it will offer its existing female models for sale as well, and will offer additional female models at a later date.
“Our current fleet of Carnival Cruisers will be phased away by 2022,” the statement said.
“Carnivals flagship cruise lines are continuing to lead the industry with innovative, efficient and affordable cruise experiences that offer women a chance to experience life on the water, while respecting their physical and mental health.
It is a great day for Carnival and a great way to end a year that has been a year of progress and innovation for us all.
We are grateful for the support of our passengers and crew.
Join us at Carnival in 2018!”
The Carnival fleet will be discontinued by 2022.
Carnivores first-class cabin ships, Carnival Cruisetop and Carnival Princess, will remain in service.
There will be no new cruises built for the next 20 years.
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