Carnival Corp. will dispose of two additional ships in the next 90 days, on top of the 13 that the company had said it would sell.
The company did not say what two ships would go.
Carnival said earlier this month that it would shed 13 ships and defer five of the nine newbuilds it was scheduled to receive this year and next, representing a nearly 9% reduction in current capacity.
Since June, the company has sold or agreed to sell two Carnival Cruise Line Fantasy-class ships, four Holland America Line ships, two Costa Cruises vessels and one P&O Cruises ship.
“These decisions are intended to align the fleet with the expected phased restart of guest cruise operations while also generating cost savings,” Carnival said.