This week, Carnival Cruise Line’s Cruise Directors Lee Mason (Carnival Splendor) and Chloe Loddo (Carnival Spirit) took the plunge down the Green Lightning and Green Thunder waterslides after guests were challenged to raise $5,000 for the Australian Red Cross Bushfire Appeal.
In the spirit of fun and mateship, both Lee and Chloe pledged to plummet down the famous slides dressed in ballgowns, if guests rose to the challenge. Before the week’s end, passengers onboard both ships were able to raise an amazing $15,200.
Earlier this week Carnival Cruise Line, in partnership with sister brands (P&O Cruises Australia, Princess Cruises, Cunard, and Holland America Line), pledged $350,000 to the Australian Red Cross Bushfire Appeal to support those communities affected by the bushfire crisis.
Carnival will continue to facilitate donations from guests in the coming weeks through onboard donations.
About Carnival Cruise Line
Carnival Cruise Line is the largest cruise line in the world, almost six million guests choose the fun of a Carnival cruise every year. Carnival Splendor joined the Australian fleet in December 2019. Sailing from Sydney, she is the newest and largest ship home ported in Australia. Carnival Spirit will reposition to her new home of Brisbane in October 2020, sailing year-round from the Sunshine State. Designed with fun in mind and featuring over 45 activities to enjoy each day, Carnival offers families and couples fun, memorable holidays at great value.
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