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The Last Three Cruise Ships at Sea Are Finally Going Home

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The last three cruise ships carrying passengers will finally pull into port Monday, ending the long journey for thousands of passengers who embarked before a global pandemic began and are returning to a whole new world.

One of those ships, the https://www.cruisingearth.com/ship-tracker/princess-cruises/pacific-princess/']Pacific Princess, is letting its remaining passengers off in Los Angeles Monday. The ship left Fort Lauderdale on January 5 for a 111-day, around-the-world trip. The https://www.cruisingearth.com/ship-tracker/msc-cruises/msc-magnifica/']MSC Magnifica also began its journey on January 5, leaving Genoa, Italy, with 1,760 passengers. The last of the three remaining ships at sea, Carnival’s https://www.cruisingearth.com/ship-tracker/costa-cruises/costa-deliziosa/']Costa Deliziosa, will drop some of its 1,831 passengers in Spain on Monday and the rest in Italy on Wednesday.