A lifeboat accident occurred this afternoon while the Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas was in the port of Charleston.
I received the following information from a regular reader of this blog, who wishes to remain anonymous.
As the last few days of 2016 count down, it’s time to pick the most outrageous stories of the year.
The U.S. Coast Guard medevaced a passenger from a Carnival cruise ship yesterday.
Royal Caribbean Cruises is now advertising that it is hiring lifeguards on its cruise ships. The cruise line posted the availability of the lifeguard position as of December 21, 2016.
A passenger reportedly went overboard from the Independence of the Seas last night, according to other passengers who reported the incident on Twitter.
A crew member from the Costa Serena is reportedly missing from the cruise since since November 19, 2016, according to his family.
This was an appeal from an LMAA arbitration award, considering the true construction of clause 8(d) of the Inter-Club Agreement 1996 (“ICA”); specifically, whether the meaning of the term “act” in the phrase “act or neglect” should be restricted to a culpable act.