So far, the CDC has approved eight ships from major cruise lines, including two Carnival ships departing from Miami (Carnival Horizon) and Galveston, Texas (Carnival Vista) and five Royal Caribbean ships (Allure of the Seas, Mariner of the Seas, Symphony of the Seas, Independence of the Seas and Freedom of the Seas) located in three Florida ports (Miami, Port Everglades and Port Canaveral). The Freedom of the Seas, which will leave Miami on June 20, was the first vessel approved for a navigation test. On June 29, Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Dream will depart from Port Canaveral. Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, which offers short cruises between Palm Beach, Florida, and the island of Grand Bahama, will send its Grand Classica ship to a trial on June 25. According to CDC rules, each ship must carry at least 10 percent of its maximum capacity. In November, more than 250,000 volunteers applied for a spot on the 4,553-passenger Freedom of the Seas.