News outlets are reporting that a cruise passenger sailing to Port Everglades from the Bahamas was arrested after the U.S. Customs & Border Protection discovered 2.4 pounds of cocaine in the man’s luggage and additional drugs taped to his ankles.
“New Crime Warnings – Brits, Canadians Put Citizens on Alert” read the headlines of the Nassau Guardian yesterday.
Several crew members from the Vision of the Seas notified me that earlier this morning the cruise ship was involved in the rescue of 45 or 46 migrants.
European cruise lines AIDA, Hapag-Lloyd, and P & O have already decided to avoid the Faroe Islands because of the cruel and gruesome slaughter of pilot whales (Grindadrap).
State of the Cruise Industry: Dangling Lifeboats, Missing People, Molested Teens, Drowned Guests & Dead Whales
I have always wondered how the public relations people at the Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) manage to show up at work.
A year ago, I wrote about a passenger drowning on the Princess Sapphire Princess.
Today I received a message from a passenger aboard the Celebrity Equinox that the Equinox was skipping the port of Istanbul because of the threat of terrorism.
I have written several dozen articles in the last several years about the high crime rate in Nassau.
WFTV reports that a crew member on a Carnival cruise ship allegedly sexually assaulted a teenage boy last Friday.
The new president of the Cruise Line International Association (CLIA), Thomas Ostebo, unexpectedly left his new job amidst claims by CLIA that he departed for unexplained “personal reasons.”