The cruise industry is trying to put the bad news behind it. Cruise lines are announcing more and more cruise ships coming on line.
The United States Coast Guard is reporting that it last night it medevaced a 77 year old female cruise ship passenger suffering from a stroke approximately 200 miles east of Wilmington, North Carolina.
Cruise ships losing power or propulsion have been a dime a dozen in recent years.
This weekend will mark 10 years since George Smith disappeared from Royal Caribbean’s Brilliance of the Seas in the early morning hours of July 5, 2005.
Cruise passengers from the Westerdam and the Noordam Holland America Line (HAL) cruise ships were on three Promech excursion flighseeing planes on fateful day of June 25th when 8 HAL passengers died.
An Australian newspaper published a mini-documentary about cruise ship dangers in Australia today.
The Holland America Line (HAL) excursion staff on the Westerdam is in an uproar after Yahoo Travel published an article yesterday containing criticisms of its excursion policies and procedures. I was quoted in the article.
A near disaster unfolded early this morning when the Celestyal Crystal, a cruise ship operated by Celestyal Cruises, collided with the STI Pimlico fuel tanker, according to the Turkish publication, SeaNews.
A plea hearing was scheduled for today in Viera, Florida at the Harry T. & Harriette Moore Justice Center regarding the criminal case against a Disney cruise cabin attendant who is accused of luring a 13 year old passenger into an empty cabin on the last day of the cruise and molesting her.