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a P&O (Carnival) ship with a mechanical problem

As a result of a failure of one of its propellers, one of the Carnival brands' ships P&O Ventura is sailing at slower speed and will skip calling on Funchal (Madeira) as a port of call on the ship's Spring Transatlantic repositioning cruise from Caribbean to UK (departing from Barbados to Southampton England)
http://www.shipcruise.org/po-cruises/533-ventura-cruise-itinerary-schedule
The Ventura itinerary change will save the ship's sailing schedule - a March 22 scheduled drydock plus all Ventura's departure dates from UK on cruises to Mediterranean, Baltic Sea and Norway, mini cruises and to Canaries - all with round-trip departures from Southampton. Probably the hungry-greedy media will use somehow the fact that this is a Carnival ship to make another "bad bad Carnival" topic.

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