It happens more often than you might think: A passenger falls overboard from a cruise ship and it takes several minutes, even hours for anyone to notice that he/she is gone. In most of these cases, the search for the missing person does not begin until long after they hit the water. It is not […]Read More
It took a long time for the major cruise lines to agree to them, but the industry has finally adopted “The Cruise Industry Passenger Bill of Rights.” The oft-stated purpose of the new rules is to improve safety measures aboard commercial vessels, but the unspoken one is clearly to repair the industry’s reputation. In the […]Read More
Millions of Americans and their families go on cruises each year. They board enormous ships and set sail for exotic ports of call, most of which are in the Caribbean. They do this In spite of recent incidents like the sinking of the Costa Concordia and the engine-room fire that disabled the Carnival Triumph. They […]Read More
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