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Woman Transported From Carnival Pride Due to Cardiac Event

There is no arguing with the fact that the last thing anyone wants when they set out on their cruise is to require emergency transport to a hospital on land. However, these types of events are becoming more and more … Continue reading

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Carnival Security Tries to Cover-Up Ship Brawl

A video of a brawl on the Carnival Legend shows Carnival security officers and other security personnel kicking passengers while they are on the floor. Carnival officers are also shown trying to prevent other passengers from videotaping the violence.   The video, … Continue reading

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Two Women Medevaced From Carnival Pride, Six Hours Apart

Medevac rescues are fairly common at sea. When a passenger or crewmember aboard a cruise has a medical concern that exceeds what the on board medical professional is approved to treat, it is necessary to call in a medevac team … Continue reading

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Coast Guard Medevacs Two Passengers on Two Occasions From Carnival Pride

The U.S. Coast Guard  medevaced two passengers on separate occasions from a Carnival cruise ship on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 according to a Coast Guard website. The first medevac from the Carnival Pride ship involved a 46 year-old passenger who … Continue reading

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Carnival Vista (Barely) Passes USPH Sanitation Re-Inspection

After miserably failing the December 2, 2017 sanitation inspection by the United States Public Health (USPH) last month, the USPH re-inspected the Carnival Vista today at the port of Miami. The Carnival cruise ship passed the re-inspection with a score … Continue reading

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