How a cruise ship caught the virus and is back in business

A cruise ship that has been stranded in the Bahamas for two weeks is now back in the business.

The Princess Cruise Line, which made headlines last month when it had to abandon its cruise ship and a cruise line that had lost power, announced on Wednesday that it will reopen at the Port of Everglades, where it was stranded at the time of the outbreak.

The ship is currently undergoing a new set of testing to ensure that it is safe to return to the waters.

As of Wednesday, Princess Cruises is scheduled to begin a three-month trial of a new cruise line.

It will be operated by the British company Westland Group.

A spokesperson for Westland said the company was “extremely pleased to welcome the arrival of the new Princess Cruise line and the rest of the Westland group to the Bahamas.”

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