Terrorism hit the Atataturk airport in Istanbul last night as three suicide bombers exploded powerful devices that killed and injured a large number of people. The rising number of victims is currently 42 dead and 239 injured. ISIS is suspected as inspiring or directing the attack.
A reader of Cruise Law News sent me a link to a YouTube video which seems to show a jet aircraft flying low and perilously close to the Norwegian Breakaway.
The Bahamas Weekly reported that two U.S. cruise passengers were arrested at the port in Nassau for possession of marijuana on Wednesday.
The U.S. Coast Guard Inspection of Towing Vessels Final Rule under 46 CFR Subchapter M takes effect on July 20, 2016.
WFTV-9 (ABC) reports that four women were arrested on charges of smuggling cocaine weighing a little over 6.5 kilograms at Port Canaveral last month after taking a cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas.
The cruise lines and the cruise industry’s trade organization, the Cruise Line International Organization (“CLIA”), spend many millions of dollars lobbying our U.S. Congress each year.
Disney Earns an “A-” In FOE Environmental Report Card Which Flunks Costa, Crystal, MSC and P&O Cruises
On the recent #WorldOceansDay which trended on Twitter this week, the cruise industry’s trade organization, the Cruise Line International Association (CLIA), and CLIA travel agents tweeted photos of pristine aqua-colored waters and a beautiful healthy reef in what appears to be an idyllic location somewhere in the Pacific.
Canada has issued another travel advisory, warning that travelers to the Bahamas “should exercise a high degree of caution (due to) high rates of crime, especially in Nassau.”
Three years ago this month, the Carnival Elation suffered a problem issue with one of the two units used to propel and steer the cruise ship and had to resort to the use of a tug to make it back to port in New Orleans.
Late yesterday afternoon, Fathom’s Adonia experienced a power loss, causing its elevators, bathrooms and air conditioners to stop working for arounf 30 minutes. “Following orders from the U.S. Coast Guard,” the Adonia returned to Miami yesterday.