Cruise Law News' Best Blogs of 2010

As year 2010 comes to a close, it's time to look back at some of the highlights of Cruise Law News (CLN). CLN reached the top 10 most popular law blogs, placing us above such heavyweight blogs as the China Law Blog, Simple Justice, Jonathan Turley and Overlawyered. CLN also became a "top cruise vacation influencer," which consists of cruise lines, travel agents, and cruise fans who dominate social media affecting the cruise industry. I'm sure having a maritime personal injury lawyer in the top 10 drives the cruise industry bonkers. Here are some of my favorite blog posts for the past year: Most popular article: The Splendor Cruise Ship Fire – Three Reasons Why You Will Lose If You Sue Carnival The blog was picked up by the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, the ABA Journal, South Business Law Journal, Gadling, Slate, the U.K.'s Guardian and others. Everyone loves it when a personal injury lawyer tells the public not to sue following a cruise disaster . . . Most ironic articles: Former Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Captain Dies of Legionnaire's Disease After Sailing on Liberty of the Seas and Cruise Passengers Attacked & Robbed in Antigua While Cruise and Tourism Officials Meet Best article with the word "sex" in the title: Marketing "Sex at Sea" on Cruise Ships (includes my favorite photo of a cruise line executive, in bed with booze surrounded by women with the Royal Caribbean logo across their bikini tops??) Most comments to an article: Crew Member Overboard from Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas Second most comments to an article: Another Overboard From A Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship? – Oasis of the Seas Most positive reaction to an article: Royal Caribbean "Returns" to its Trademarked, Private Fantasy Island of Labadee® – While Haiti Suffers Most negative reaction to an article: Royal Caribbean "Returns" to its Trademarked, Private Fantasy Island of Labadee® – While Haiti Suffers Happiest article: Three Happy Cruise Stories – Salvation, Generosity & Rebirth Most inspiring article: The Compelling Story of Jamie Barnett – Living Through the Loss Saddest article: More Caribbean Crime – Carnival Passenger Killed In St. Thomas Most disturbing article: Neither Dead Nor Alive – The Faliva Family Remains In Limbo Most bitter article: What Does BP, Al Qaeda and a Cruise Line Have In Common? Unfortunately you have to lose a loved one before you can figure the answer out. Scariest articles: Passenger Indicted for Sexual Abuse of 13 Year Old Girl on Disney Wonder Cruise Ship, Carnival Cruise Ship Bartender Arrested On Charges Of Raping 14 Year Old Passenger and Most Wanted Rape Suspect Arrested On Carnival Cruise Ship – Worked As Manager Of Onboard Hair Salon Best social media articles: The Cruise Industry's Reputation – A Sinking Image and Travel Writers and the Ethics of Reporting Cruise News Best series of articles: Top 10 Reasons Not To Cruise Best article the cruise lines don't want you to read: "Cruise Ship Sickness" – Is Norovirus In The Food and Water? Most terrifying cruise video (over 296,000 views and counting!): The Clelia II Skirts Disaster Again in Antarctica Best sports article: Oysters, Dixie Beer & My New Orleans Saints Best personal article: Switching Sides And Finding Your Soul Best article not read by the cruise industry: Ten Years of Cruise Ship Fires – Has the Cruise Industry Learned Anything? Thanks to our readers for a great 2010! Do you have an idea for blog articles for 2011? Leave us a comment below. Bottom photo credit: Clelia II Fiona Stewart/Garett McIntosh (via

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