Is work-related stress starting to take its toll? If you are a seaman, you better relax—according to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, you have no claim under the Jones Act.
A crew member disappeared from Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas earlier in the week.
The Royal Gazette reports that Bermuda customs officials arrested two cruise passengers from the Norwegian Breakaway for possession of marijuana and drugs.
NCL’s No-Cruise-for-the-Cancer-Child Public Relations Disaster Continues: “Shocking What Norwegian Did”
The case of Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) callously refusing to permit the family of a five year old boy with a cancerous tumor, “the size of a soda can,” to reschedule their cruise is back in the news today.
Christine Duffy, the CEO of the cruise industry trade group Cruise Line International Association (CLIA), has authored an article entitled “CDC report debunks norovirus cruise myth.”
Today I ran across an interesting video prepared by a Holland American Line passenger following the boiler fire on the M/S Westerdam.
Owners Fail to Set Aside Summary Judgment Against Them in Respect of Costs of Additional Damages Proceedings in Greece
In Starlight Shipping Co v Allianz Marine & Aviation Versicherungs AG (The Alexandros T)  EWCA Civ 1010, Owners appealed against a summary judgment awarded against them in favour of the Respondent Insurers.