Oasis of the Seas Passes USPH Sanitation Inspection with a Score of 95

The Oasis of the Seas passed today's sanitation inspection by federal inspectors from the United States Public Health (USPH) Department.  The USPH inspectors inspected the Oasis for sanitation as part of the Vessel Sanitation Program (VSP).   The Oasis was last inspected on September 3, 2017 and passed with a score of 97.  Today the Oasis received a passing score pf 95. The inspection score has not appeared yet on the official VSP/CDC inspection database. A crew member who wishes to remain anonymous provided this information.  Port Canaveral has been a tough place for cruise ships to pass USPH inspections. A number of Carnival cruise ships have recently failed. Several cruise ships operated by Royal Caribbean have also barely passed USPH inspections, such as the Allure of the Seas and the Grandeur of the Seas. Have a thought? Please leave a comment below or join the discussion on our Facebook page. Photo credit: @PA via Daily Mail

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